After 2 Weeks Of Tooth Extraction, Sore Throat?
Hello, I want to ask, At that time I went to the puskesmas to do a tooth extraction, and the condition of my teeth was only the root, but the condition was not in a toothache. Then my tooth was pulled out but when I pulled out the tooth, the effect of the anesthetic was ineffective. When I pulled it out, it still hurt a little. Then after pulling the tooth, the tooth that was pulled out didn’t hurt but my throat became sore and I saw itching on the side that was pulled out. 2 days later I had a cold and had a sore throat. then now sore throat and itchy tongue for more than 1 week what happened to me huh? please help answer;) wish me good luck
Tooth extraction for a procedure where removing the roots that are left behind is usually anesthetized first, the type of anesthesia performed also depends on the level of difficulty in removing the tooth. Naturally, when the tooth is pulled out, there is still a sense of pain, depending on the type of anesthesia being used. For post-tooth extraction conditions, where you experience a sore throat and itchy tongue along with the flu, it may be caused:
tonsillitis is inflammation of the tonsil glands / tonsil pharyngitis, which is inflammation of the pharynx or throat tonsillopharyngitis, which is a combination of infection or inflammation of the two.To find out the exact cause of the thing or condition you are experiencing, you need to do a direct examination, you should further check with an ENT specialist if your condition is prolonged, namely> 2 weeks. If necessary, the necessary supporting examinations will also be carried out. Some things you need to pay attention to:
avoid eating spicy or oily or spicy food avoid drinking cold water or ice drinking warm water drink lots of water use a mask when in an outdoor environment with lots of dust exposure or if people around are coughing get enough rest, keep your mouth clean and brush your teeth at least 2x a day, do not forget before going to bed check the condition further following an article that you can read laryngitis
hopefully useful, thank you