Causes Of Greenish Phlegm?
Hello dokI at that time there was treatment of cavities and was given medicine by a doctor in the gum, since then my throat hurts and there is always a lot of phlegm that is somewhat greenish. also disappeared, even though there was no cough … I’m afraid this is dangerous, I have to see the ENT doctor or what do I do?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Green phlegm comes from white blood cells and is a sign of a bacterial infection in the body, which in your case might be due to strep throat, inflammation of the esophagus, pneumonia, or inflammation of the tonsils.
Our advice, you should check your condition to the doctor, may be a general practitioner and may also be an ENT doctor, because your condition may have to be treated with antibiotics, which you cannot get without the doctor's prescription and prescription. So it is only natural that this condition does not improve with cough medicine and hot medicine because this condition requires special treatment.
Meanwhile, you can help expel phlegm by increasing consumption of warm water, or tea mixed with honey or lemon, using air humidifiers in the room, avoiding pollution and cigarette smoke, eating chicken soup, and swimming. So, hopefully answering your question.