Causes And Ways To Deal With Sore Throats That Never Heal?
Good morning doctor, I often feel a sore throat that radiates to the nose ,, like it feels sore to the nose ,, often hurts to the left ,, but also sometimes to the right, even as it passes to the ear ,, had to undergo treatment because my voice started disappeared, and at that time had a cold cough and fever. But after that healed a cold and cough and fever. The sore throat still remains, what about the doctor? Is it dangerous?
Hello Roisa, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
I, Dr. Rio, will try to answer your question.
Based on the complaint you feel, there are several possibilities that occur, namely:
Pharyngitis Laryngitis Pharyngolaryngitis Rhinomotor rhinitis To distinguish some of the above diseases can be distinguished from the location of the organ being attacked and from some of its symptoms.
In pharyngitis, infection occurs in the pharynx which is a channel that connects the back of the nasal cavity and the back of the mouth. Complaints that will arise if there is inflammation of the pharynx is fever, pain in the throat, pain in swallowing, cough, runny nose, etc.
Laryngitis is an infection that occurs in the larynx, the organ where the vocal cords are attached. Symptoms in this disease will affect the sound, such as hoarseness, voice loss, hoarseness, fever, etc.
Both of these organs can occur simultaneously infection called pharyngolaryngitis. His complaint was a mixture of both symptoms - existing symptoms.
Vasomotor rhinitis is inflammation that occurs in the nasal cavity, but is not caused by allergies. The cause of this disease is actually not yet known with certainty but nasal nerve abnormalities are thought to be the cause of this problem. Complaints that arise in the form of discomfort in the nose, nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, sneezing, and the most typical complaint is a blockage in the nose moving around.
No signs of danger were found in some of the diseases above, but if bacterial infections are not treated properly it can spread especially to the ear area if it occurs in the pharynx, because there are channels that connect the throat and middle ear.
Based on the brief description that I explained above to diagnose and provide the right treatment, it requires a direct examination by a doctor, both physical or additional examination. Come see your doctor if complaints continue to occur.
At this time all you can do is:
Drink with warm water, because it can dilate blood vessels to help the immune system reach target organs. Get plenty of rest, eat and drink nutritiously. Reduce speech if needed to rest inflamed vocal cords. Evaluate your complaints, from day to day to make it easier for doctors to determine the diagnosis later. Do not use antibiotics carelessly because it can harm you. So many answers from me, hopefully answering.
Thank you, good luck always :)