Handling Of Sore Throat Accompanied By Chest Pain And Fever?
Hello, August 11 yesterday I was eating miso, then suddenly I felt something was up in my throat. Also pain in the chest. Until now it still feels. This morning, August 18, I felt unwell, last night I ate batagor and felt my throat ache. From afternoon to evening I had a high fever and subsided this afternoon. Because of the fever I did not eat lunch and it was only when I ate in the afternoon that the fever was reduced. I ate rice and tofu there. I have a dojter friend, before I told my friend, and he suggested that I buy the stomach acid medicine a few days ago and I just bought it tonight to eat it tomorrow morning. Right now my throat hurts right-handed and I take out the phlegm foaming. This phlegm has also been from yesterday. Does this include severe doctors? Do you need me to go to the clinic?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that you experience with all the symptoms, may not originate from one particular disease, which if indeed only one disease, chances are it is not gastric acid disease. This is because stomach acid sufferers should not have a fever. Symptoms of gastric acid include heartburn, tightness, burning sensation in the chest that can penetrate to the back, bitter tongue, pain in swallowing, tooth loss and crushing. So there is no fever, because fever usually occurs when there is an infection, while infection is not the cause of stomach acid.
Our advice is that you better check yourself with a general practitioner, the goal is that there is a direct examination and an in-depth history collection. With online platforms such as this forum, doctors cannot check your condition and if forced it can cause misunderstandings. Especially in your case, this could have been caused by strep throat, inflammation of the esophagus, inflammation of the vocal cords, and so on. From a general practitioner, you will be given medicine, or referred directly if it is considered difficult. In addition, adequate rest, avoid cigarettes, maintain ideal body weight, and consumption of vegetables and fruit. So, hopefully answering your question.