The Cause Of The Sore Throat Accompanied By A Headache
I want to ask udh this week my throat hurts feeling dry, dizzy head. Are these symptoms covid 19 please explain …
Thank you for the question.
A sore, dry throat with dizziness may or may not be COVID-19 symptoms. If you feel you've been in contact with a sufferer or suspect of COVID-19, and if you feel like you have lived or have traveled to an area with an outbreak of COVID-19, then you really need to be more vigilant about contracting this disease. On the other hand, if you don't feel you have this risk, then your complaint is more likely to arise because of something else, for example gastroesophageal reflux disease, allergic or irritation to substances that come in contact with the throat, viral or other bacterial infections, psychological disorders, aspirations of foreign bodies, and etc.
If this is your only complaint, you should not panic first. Try to multiply your silence at home, do not always talk let alone shout excessively, drink more warm water (at least 2 liters a day), eat fruits and vegetables diligently, reduce spicy and oily foods, avoid smoking, do not always contact with cold or dust, do not also contact with things that make you allergic, regularly gargle with salt solution, don't think too much, and be disciplined to live a healthy lifestyle every day. So that the pain in your throat and dizziness subsides, you can take the medicine Paracetamol first.
If after doing this trick your complaints will actually worsen, or appear high fever more than 3 days, shortness of breath, vomiting, and if you also feel you have a risk of contracting COVID-19 as we mentioned above, do not hesitate to check yourself directly see your doctor for further treatment. If necessary, you may be directed to see an ENT doctor or internist.
I hope this helps.