Overcoming Pain In The Back Of The Nose And Mouth?
good morning, I erna (22 years old) r n2 days ago I had flu symptoms, fever, dizziness etc. and the day after that the nasal passages to the back of my mouth were painful until now and I have thick phlegm and there are little blood spots r nand it’s very disturbing because the part of the nasal passages to the back of my mouth hurts r nthank you r nthank you
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The pain symptoms in the back of the nose and mouth that you feel could be related to the flu condition you are experiencing. The flu is an infection caused by the influenza virus, which generally can cause inflammation of the nose, back of the mouth and throat. This inflammation can cause pain.
In addition, pain can also occur or get worse because of the frequent coughing symptoms of the flu. Frequent coughing can result in injury to the airways, resulting in pain, and even if the pressure from the cough tears a blood vessel, it can cause a bloody cough.
In addition, in flu conditions, the act of blowing your nose too tight can also cause injury, resulting in pain and even blood spots can be found.
In principle, the flu condition generally improves on its own if the sufferer's immune system is good. Some of the things you can do to improve this condition are:
Drink 2 liters of water per day
Consumption of ginger and honey can help soothe and reduce sore throats
Temporarily avoid spicy and MSG foods
Avoid blowing your nose too hard. You can help thin your mucus so that it is easily removed by inhaling hot water vapor from a basin of hot water
Avoid smoking, alcohol consumption
Adequate your nutrition, avoid excessive diets
Get enough rest, sleep 7-8 hours a day
If the complaint does not improve in the ways mentioned above, then you should check with a general practitioner for further examination, and to track down other possible causes. If necessary, investigations will be carried out, such as blood tests, or the doctor will refer you to a certain specialist doctor according to the suspected disease.
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