How To Deal With A Cold, Hoarse Throat And Pain When Talking?
I have a dry cold, my throat feels hoarse, when I wake up early in the morning I feel pain when talking.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The complaints you mention, with hoarseness, runny nose, and pain when speaking can occur due to various conditions. Among others are:
Acute respiratory infections. Conditions of laryngitis. Conditions of rhinitis. Conditions of pharyngitis. Tonsillitis Sinusitis
Which of all the above possibilities, being inflammation, could be causing the symptoms you are describing. And everything can be caused by bacteria or viruses, so the treatment may vary. Our advice, if indeed you have trouble seeing a doctor, then you can try buying paracetamol and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely in pharmacies by reading the rules of use first. In addition to getting enough rest, drink lots of warm water, drink water before bed, don't smoke, don't consume alcohol, reduce talking for a while, and eat nutritious foods.
But if it doesn't get better, then actually checking with a doctor is a more appropriate choice. Because your doctor can do a history digging and a brief physical examination, or even support to be able to further narrow the potential for your disease and choose a more appropriate drug as well. If it does not improve, your doctor will re-evaluate you and refer you to the relevant specialist for further treatment. So, hopefully it answers your question.