Sore Throat Accompanied By Fever, Cough And Weakness.?
I have been sick for 3 days which I feel is fever, cough, and weakness. I went to see a doctor, but after I saw the condition of my throat it turned out that near the tonsils there were small bumps. Then behind the tonsils the skin turned red as if bleeding. Why is this? But I don’t feel swallowing pain.
Hello, thanks for the question.
Tonsils / tonsils are organs located behind the oral cavity on the right and right sides
function as the body's defense system to fight germs. If it happens
inflammation of the tonsils, will cause the tonsils to experience swelling, redness, pain, and can be accompanied by nodules or whitish-colored patches which are usually a collection of white blood cells, dead microorganisms, debris, etc. as a sign of infection. Other complaints arising from inflammation in the tonsils include fever, bad breath, sound
hoarse, painful swallowing, coughing, and headaches. In some cases, especially chronic or prolonged inflammation, enlarged tonsils can also not be accompanied by painful swallowing. Inflammation in the tonsils is called dengantonsilitis. Tonsillitis can be caused by bacterial, viral, or fungal infections. Some of the factors that can be risky to cause complications include the consumption of unhealthy foods, which contain preservatives, coloring, and flavoring, smoking, weather, treatment of acute inflammation that is not complete, poor oral hygiene, and so on. If the complaint is disturbing, you can consult it to the doctor, the doctor will conduct a question and answer, physical examination, and some supporting examinations if needed such as blood tests, and others. Handling is adapted to the patient's condition, the doctor may give anti-inflammatory drugs, antibiotics if caused by bacteria, and so on, to suggest surgery (tonsillectomy) especially if complaints are very frequent and cause severe complaints. To help alleviate complaints, you should maintain your diet, avoid foods or actions that can trigger complaints such as eating irritating foods, cold drinks, smoking, etc., eating healthy and nutritious foods, eating vegetables and eating vegetables, increasing your consumption of water at least 2L per day, adequate rest, maintain oral and dental hygiene, and exercise regularly. If the complaint has caused difficulty breathing or swallowing, do not delay to see a doctor.
Thus, hopefully it helps.