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Throat pain.. Can't speak and eat proper
Throat pain, feels like thorns in throat. Unable to swallow and drink water. I also have cough, khassi and head pain.
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Maam Its viral flu with pharyngitis, do gurgles with betadine diluted in half glass of water three times a day, take tablet piroxicam mouth dissolving for the pain, tablet flucold twice a day. Get one stat dose of inj dexamethasone 8 mg
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Hi, it seems like you have acute tonsillitis/ pharyngitis. Cough and headache can be due to congestion with infection
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Salt water gargling, augmentin 625 mg if less than 65 kgs or 1 GM if more than 65 , 2 times a day for a week, along with Tolpa d , 2 times a day .
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Sips of warm water and soups. soft diet
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You need to explain in detail like since how many days you are having this complaint. Also do you have any fever or contact with COVID
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