Causes And Treatment Of Throbbing Pain And Soreness In The Right Hand?
Hello, I want to ask, my father felt a sore sore in his throat and soreness in his right hand, what do you think the cause is? And how is it handled?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of throbbing pain in the throat and soreness in the right hand are more likely to be two different conditions occurring at the same time rather than a related disease. For pain in the throat, this can occur due to inflammation of the vocal cords, sore throat, and upper respiratory tract infections due to viruses, bacteria or fungi. It is necessary to know further whether your father also had a cough, fever, or cold following this complaint.
Then for sore hands, this can occur due to muscle injury, relieving heavy loads repeatedly without rest, pinched nerves, and arthritis. This condition must also be further examined to be sure of its possibility. Our advice is that you should take your father to the doctor for a more complete history, physical examination and perhaps support if necessary. The treatment your father will receive will vary depending on the diagnosis, but initially it usually takes the form of oral medication.
Meanwhile, ask your father to rest and reduce physical activity first, drink lots of warm water, warm compresses to the painful area, and eat lozenges. Eat less spicy and oily foods, and you can take over-the-counter pain medications by reading the rules of use first for aches. So, hopefully it answers your question.