How To Deal With Pain When Swallowing?
, I eat there is no taste whatsoever, but I drink how come there is something sick huh, am I swallowed by broken glass
Hello Bagus Satrio, thank you for asking to use HealthReplies.com.
There are several medical conditions related to your complaint, including:
Infection or irritation in the mouth or tongue area such as periodotitis, glostitis, etc.
Foreign body in neck area
Other respiratory infections
Foods that taste bland can be caused by interference or inflammation in the tongue or upper respiratory tract (neck area). Complaints about swallowing pain that you experience can also indicate an infection or inflammation of the respiratory tract, and usually the sense of taste (tongue) will experience interference so that the food you eat will feel bland.
To determine the exact cause of your complaint, you should consult a doctor or ENT specialist doctor, because additional medical information is needed such as whether there are complaints of cough, runny nose, fever or other complaints. The doctor also has to do a direct physical examination, examination of your neck region, blood tests or other supporting examinations. After determining the cause of your condition, your doctor will provide treatment or medication according to the condition that you are experiencing.
Some things you can try at home include:
Get enough sleep or rest every day
Eat foods with balanced nutrition
Drinking approximately 2 liters of water every day
Maintain oral hygiene, regularly brush your teeth twice a day
Avoid smoking or consuming alcohol
If there are complaints of pain when swallowing you can try taking over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol.
Hopefully this information can be useful for you.