Sore Throat To Swollen Neck During Pregnancy?

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I want to ask why my sore throat is causing my right neck to swell?rnI’m currently pregnant, please explain.

1 Answer:

good mother,

Sore throat is actually a condition that can happen to anyone at any age. Sore throats are most often caused by infection, either by viruses, or by bacteria, which then causes inflammation or what is medically known as pharyngitis. The sore throat can also be caused by other causes such as throat irritation due to stomach acid rising and irritating the throat wall. In cases where the sore throat is followed by a swollen neck, it is possible that the sore throat is caused by an infection which then causes swelling of the lymph nodes around the neck as a form of the body's immune system working. This condition can happen to anyone and is usually not related to pregnancy.

In dealing with a sore throat itself, you can meet fluid needs with fluid consumption of up to 2-3 liters per day. Pain can be reduced with over-the-counter pain relievers that are safe for pregnancy, such as paracetamol, of course, based on the instructions for use. Most infections that cause sore throats are caused by viruses which usually get better on their own if the immune system improves. Therefore, live a good lifestyle, fulfill the need for rest, so that the immune system increases and the infection can improve. However, if the condition does not improve or the complaints are so disturbing, don't hesitate to check it directly with a doctor. Here we attach an article about sore throat. May be useful.

dr. N. K. Arief

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