Pain In The Throat And Gums That Makes It Difficult To Move?
Good night, I want to ask, I have tonsils and diseased gums, it’s been 2 days, and I’m having a hard time going through my day, can you give me a solution?
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Need to be explored further about the condition of pain in the throat and gum area that you experience. Keep in mind since when you experienced this condition, whether there are trigger factors (after a collision, post dental surgery, infection of the respiratory tract), are there any other symptoms that you experience related to this condition (swallowing pain, cough, runny nose, fever), history of similar diseases related symptoms that you experience, history of allergies, history of treatment that you have done related.
Pain in the throat, tonsils, and gums can be caused by several possible causes, including infections and inflammation of the gum area (gingivitis), aphthous stomatitis, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, infections can be caused by viruses or bacteria that cause inflammation symptoms in the tonsils and gum experienced. In addition, inflammation of the gums can be caused by oral hygiene that is not properly maintained, or brushing teeth with hair that is too hard and injuring the gums.
It is advisable to consult a doctor regarding further examination and management of your condition. It is necessary to do a physical examination related to the condition of the oral cavity and can be carried out supporting tests such as blood tests if needed. In addition, antibiotics can be considered if there are indications, or referral to a dentist or specialist if there is a medical condition that is a competency of a specialist.
Avoid taking self-medication without doctor's instructions, avoid eating fried foods and overheating, maintaining a regular and healthy diet by eating vegetables and fruit, wearing a mask when traveling out and making sure you get enough rest.
Hopefully this information can help you,