Causes And Ways To Deal With Sore Throat?
I just went to a GP and was diagnosed with inflammation again after about a month ago. I was given antibiotics, inflammation medicine and cold cough medicine with the name brochifar. I just remembered when I was inflammation of the moon I was given this medicine too and I felt very difficult to expel phlegm. Apparently now given this drug again. Even though during the consultation I had said that at this time I also felt that there were a few colds and phlegm.
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Inflammatory complaints can be caused by many factors, such as:
Pharyngitis: an inflammation that occurs in the pharynx, can be caused by viruses or bacteria. The symptoms caused by sore throat, painful swallowing, fever. Laryngitis: an inflammation that occurs in the larynx, can be caused by viruses or bacteria. Symptoms include sore throat, painful swallowing, fever and hoarseness. Tonsillitis: an inflammation that occurs in the tonsils, can be caused by viruses or bacteria. Symptoms include sore throat, painful swallowing, fever, coughing. The drugs given are in accordance with the symptoms felt, in addition to the drugs given by doctors, food and drinks should be avoided which can cause inflammation and coughing such as spicy foods, cold drinks, foods containing artificial sweeteners and sweeteners, fatty and fatty foods should be avoided first. If after taking the drug for four or five days and there has been no change, you should consult a doctor, for an additional examination.
Hopefully can help. thanks.