Coughing With Blood Phlegm, Throat Feels Lump Lumps, Body Chills?
, I cough did not heal then my throat had a sore lump when swallowing, then every night I had a fever, and when I woke up there was thick phlegm accompanied by thick blood. What do you think it hurts? thank you
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If judging from the information that you submit, chances are you have tonsillopharyngitis, which is a condition in which the throat and tonsils become inflamed. Various factors can be the background of this condition, including poor immune system and excessive exposure to pathogenic microorganisms that can infect the tonsillary throat (for example viruses or bacteria). As a result, various complaints will appear, such as red, swollen, and painful tonsils, sore throat (especially when swallowing food), fever, muscle and joint pain, hoarseness, bad breath, stiff neck, dizziness, headache, to enlarged lymph nodes around the neck and / or ears. Inflammation of the throat and tonsils is more prone to injury when irritated, so complaints of mucus or thick phlegm may emerge from the mouth.
In addition to tonsillopharyngitis, your complaints may also occur due to ARI (acute respiratory infection), gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), GERD (acid reflux of the stomach to the throat), lymphadenitis (inflammation of the lymph nodes), malignancy around the mouth or throat, and so.
You can check yourself directly to the doctor or ENT specialist doctor so that your condition can be handled properly. Often, enough with a physical examination, or assisted with laboratory examinations, X-rays, and ultrasound, your doctor can give you the right treatment. At home, you can also do the following treatments to optimize healing:
Rest more Drink water more diligently Increase too much consumption of juicy fruit Eat first food that is easily swallowed, such as bread, porridge, broth food Reduce eating foods that are soft, oily, spicy, and contain artificial sweeteners Reduce also consume foods and beverages that are cold temperature Don't smoke Don't talk too much Take paracetamol to help reduce pain in the throat Hope it helps ..