Is The Right Throat Sore Corona?
hello doc, around yesterday afternoon suddenly a slight sore throat was followed by my deep graham teeth which did not appear .. then I took vitamin imboost in the afternoon I was once unsuitable if my heart’s image was a bit firmer .. then at night I drank my anti-inflammatory. but until now there is still a slight sore throat on my right … I have no history of going away from home other than the office … is it normal inflammation or what? a little scared because there is a corona outbreak
Hello Anna, Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sore throat is one of the symptoms of respiratory infections, can be caused by viruses or bacteria. To suspect COVID-19, a complete physical examination and necessary investigations such as blood, throat swabs, chest x-ray, and CTScan to serology must be carried out. A history of contacting positive patients and living in a local transmission area is of course also important in addition to a history of traveling to an infected area / country. Symptoms of COVID-19 will appear on days 2-14 after exposure to the virus. Apart from being caused by infection, complaints can also occur due to allergic reactions, irritation, for example due to cigarette smoke / vehicle smoke, and can also occur due to an injury to the throat. It is important to consult a doctor to find the exact cause. But with the current situation in the form of the outbreak of Corona virus infection, it helps you stay at home and delay seeing a doctor unless an emergency situation occurs such as breathing difficulties. For now things you can do at home before seeing a doctor include: Stay at home and observe the complaints you feel, if complaints are burdensome or permanent you can call the doctor or the Ministry of health hotline at 119 EXT 9 Avoid traveling outside and to places crowds of people Wash your hands regularly with soap and running water Use a mask if you have symptoms Consumption of healthy and nutritious food intake Fruit and vegetables are propagated Drink plenty of water, avoid cigarettes and alcohol Regular exercise Consumption of pain relievers such as paracetamol and do not consume any drugs without using a prescription doctors like antibiotics Keep praying and get closer to God That's all, hopefully answering.