After A Fever, It Hurts To Swallow And Breathe Like Something Is Blocking?
good afternoon … I thunder at the age of 40 years, I have a high fever last week after the fever went down now it became sick again … the sound disappeared, in my throat there was something blocking my breath so it was uncomfortable when I slept, did it go into gerd … because 2 days before my ulcer fever recurred, I need a solution … thank you
Hello Gtr1121, thanks for asking.
The collection of symptoms that you describe may indeed be caused by GERD. As you know, in addition to GERD damage to the stomach wall, damage to the valve that connects the stomach to the esophagus (esophagus) also occurs. Damage to the valve causes stomach contents, including acidic gastric sap, to reflux toward the throat and mouth. The acidic sap can provide a variety of symptoms such as sore throat, a lump in the throat, difficulty swallowing, repeated coughing, bad breath, tooth decay, and so on. It is possible that your voice disorders and breathing difficulties are also caused by GERD.
In addition, other causes that might also cause your symptoms, for example:
Tonsillitis (tonsillitis). Enlarged tonsils can cause lumps and difficulty breathing.
Laryngitis (vocal cord infection).
Polyps on vocal cords.
Diphtheria, although diphtheria generally attacks more infants, children and the elderly.
Laryngeal and throat edema due to allergies.
You can try to reduce symptoms by limiting the use of sounds for important things, speaking in an ordinary tone do not deliberately whisper. Avoid foods that are oily, preservative, too acidic. Avoid cigarettes, coffee, soda, and alcohol. Drink 2 L water per day. Still meet your nutritional needs, but in small and frequent portions (5-6 times a day). Choose the type of food that is easy to digest for you. Contact your doctor to determine whether the symptoms are caused by GERD or other problems. If it is GERD, then you may have to undergo treatment for several weeks to improve.
Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.