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Sore throat and swallowen gland
I was a smooker and suddenly i quit smooking since 1month. After that i am feeling sore throat and at times shortness of breath. No fever. Swelling in gland and backof ear could be feel.
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These can be withdrawal symptoms ... cough and shortness of breath could be allergy too.. I would like to know type of cough dry or wet?
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Steam inhalation twice daily
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Hello good morning, From your narrative it seems like a general withdrawal symptoms and bit of anxity. However I would be able to comment further if I know something more about it.
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just be relax and do salt water gargles daily twice. if symptoms persists you can consider formal or online consultation. thanks
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How old are you and How many cigarettes per day and since long. Any other associated or medical illness? Needs to be addressed first2.
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needs Chest X-ray and physicians consultation
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Don't start any habits associated with tobaco Tale Steam inhalation
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