Causes Of Throat Ear Nose Often Itch?
Hello, I want to ask, I have often itched for 1 year at first, then my throat then went to my ears and even to my nose. It really bothered me a day. The itchiness felt 3 to 4 times a day.
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Itching in the throat can be a response to viral, bacterial, or allergic infections. But it needs to be explored further since when this itchiness appears, what is thought to be a trigger, a relieving condition, are there other symptoms that appear such as coughing, runny nose, or pain when swallowing, previous disease conditions or are there in families suffering from the same thing. The condition for itching in the throat itself can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Infection of the throat wall (pharyngitis), can be accompanied by pain in the throat and itching in the throat. Can be caused by viruses or bacteria, can be accompanied by symptoms of dry cough or phlegm.
Infection in the larynx (laryngitis), can be accompanied by pain in the throat and hoarseness. Can be caused by viruses or bacteria, can be accompanied by symptoms of cough, fever, and difficulty swallowing.
Infection in the tonsils (tonsillitis), can be accompanied by pain when swallowing, difficulty eating, or discharge white / pus from the tonsils that are seen during examination.
Allergy to weather, dust or certain components. Can cause itching in the throat, accompanied by coughing, runny nose, nasal congestion. Allergy symptoms can occur repeatedly and last a long time, constantly.
For complaints that you experience, where symptoms are 1 year often itchy, are disappearing arise up to 3-4 times a day, possibly caused by allergies. In this condition it is necessary to consider what triggers / causes of the reaction, for example in a dusty, smoky environment, and others. Can temporarily use a mask for daily activities to avoid triggers / reduce exposure to triggers.
It is recommended to see a doctor or ENT specialist for further examination and management. Antihistamines may be given to relieve allergic reactions, or other types of treatment according to the results of the examination. Avoid environments with a lot of dust, cigarette smoke, rooms with poor ventilation, or rooms that are too cold. Avoid using nasal drops or other oral medications without doctor's instructions.
For more information, please read this article: Overcoming Itchy Throat
Hopefully this information helps you,