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Throat issue
My mother was vaccinated 18 days back for first dose of covid 19. After 4 days of vaccination she was having mild fever and throat pain. Also her blood pressure level increased upto 170/90 as told by doctor When consulting local doctor. Now she is quiet well but doctor has increased frequency of BP medicine twice a day as she was talking once a day earlier. But still some problem she is facing in throat while sleeping. Please suggest.
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Hypertensive medication can cause a little stuffiness of the nose and increased nasal secretions, ask her to take steam before sleep for a couple of days. If there is no improvement kindly consult a local ENT
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It can related to many factors.vaccine induced or covid itself or just pharyngitis. Need proper evaluation and medication
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