Sore Throat Accompanied By Flu, Dizziness And Coughing Up Blood?
Good morning, I want to ask 4 days ago I had a sore throat, flu, cough and dizziness when I coughed up phlegm in the blood in the afternoon there was no blood, just when I woke up, I was too lazy to talk because my throat was sore and my voice hoarse, then I went to the doctor and gave me antibiotics, cold, bleeding and cough medicine, but instead it was strange that my right ear buzzed out a clear liquid and was so sick that even my joints were having a lot of pain, thank you very much
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Coughing and colds are complaints that often occur when a person experiences problems with the respiratory system. However, in most cases this condition does not require special treatment and can heal by itself. Coughing up phlegm is usually the body's natural response to help expel germs that are in the airway. blood that appears can be due to irritation of the airways or throat such as coughing. Or blood that appears when coughing can also indicate an infection in the lungs. Here are some conditions that can cause a bloody cough:
Irritation of the airways, for example throat Lung infections, such as tuberculosis Further articles concerning: Bloody cough
The anatomy of the nose has a direct channel to the middle ear, this channel is also called the Eustachian tube. The function of the eustachian tubes is apparently useful for equalizing pressure inside and outside the ear. Therefore, when you have a cold, runny nose, runny nose will usually be associated with the middle ear and ears feel full, buzzing, and sometimes there is hearing loss and discharge.
However, when secretions or discharge from the ear needs to be suspected of rupturing or not the eardrum. The middle ear is limited by a membrane called the eardrum. If you make a lot of pressure, for example when you are blowing your nose, it can cause the pressure in the middle ear to increase causing the eardrum to tear, resulting in fluid coming out of the ear.
To make sure it is necessary to do a physical examination directly on the ear and also other tests if needed, Therefore if the condition occurs to you should consult an ENT specialist for further examination and treatment.
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