Cold Feet And Throat Accompanied By Pain When Swallowing?
I want to ask, if my feet feel cold, my throat feels cold, I want to swallow pain and feel like a choke in my neck, I feel dizzy, panic and my heart is pounding … r nPlease explain
Hello, good night Ramadan Dodi.
The complaint you experience can be caused by several possibilities:
inflammation of the tonsils (tonsillitis). The main complaint of tonsillitis is usually swallowing pain, fever, headache, etc. From direct examination you will see enlarged, reddish, and inflamed tonsils. Inflammation of the tonsils can be caused by a viral or bacterial infection. laryngitis (pharyngitis). The main conspicuous complaint of this disease is that the throat feels gritty, itchy, until it hurts. Like tonsillitis, strep throat also occurs with accompanying symptoms such as fever and headache. inflammation of the vocal cords (laryngitis). In addition to complaints of sore throat, fever, and headaches, you can find hoarseness or hoarseness in this disease. acid reflux disease. The rise of stomach acid to the throat can make complaints uncomfortable in the throat. Besides that, other complaints are frequent belching, heartburn, nausea, headaches, etc. etc.
If what you are experiencing causes inflammation, then fever (or feeling chills / chills) and headaches are common accompanying symptoms. When there is an increase in body temperature (fever), the heart will beat relatively fast (in direct proportion to the increase in temperature experienced), which causes the patient to feel a pounding heart.
We suggest that you check directly with your doctor to find out the cause of the complaint you are experiencing. The doctor will do questions and answers about complaints, perform examinations (including checking your throat), and if deemed necessary the doctor may recommend additional tests such as blood lab tests. Treatment will be adjusted to the diagnosis from the examination results. In inflammation of the tonsils, sore throat, and inflammation of the vocal cords, the treatment includes antibiotics, pain relievers, fever reducers, and inflammatory drugs. In conditions of increased sulfuric acid, treatment is focused on administering drugs that neutralize and reduce gastric acid production.
While waiting for the doctor's appointment, here are some suggestions that we can give:
Consume at least 2.5 liters of water per day (at least 10 glasses a day) avoid cold food and drinks, avoid spicy food, avoid fried foods, avoid foods that contain MSG, don't smoke or are exposed to cigarette smoke, gargle with a mixture of warm water and a little salt to relieve inflammation in the throat
That's all, I hope this helps.
Greetings, dr. Denisa