The Cause Of The Throat Feels Pain When Talking?
My doctor has had strep throat since Sunday. I have been treated at the nearest clinic and given dextral and ibuprofen after 4 days of taking the drug, my throat has improved. However, bumps in my throat are still visible, I also cough, and when I speak, the doctor feels painful?
Hello, thanks for the question.
Sore throat can cause discomfort that causes disruption in carrying out daily activities. Some conditions that can cause throat pain include: pharyngitis, tonsillitis, laryngitis, etc. This inflammation is most often caused by a viral infection that can generally heal itself in a few days if the immune system is good, and can also be caused by bacteria. Sore throat caused by a bacterial infection requires treatment and treatment with antibiotics. Sore throat pain that can occur when swallowing food, while talking, or continuous pain. An inflamed throat can also cause the surface to become cranks, and will usually improve when the inflammation is finished. This throat pain can be triggered by several things, such as food, cigarettes and cigarette smoke, weather, incomplete treatment of acute inflammation, poor oral hygiene, and so on. If after treatment or treatment has been completed and complaints do not improve or get worse, you should consult a doctor again, the doctor will re-evaluate the patient. Handling tailored to the patient's condition, can be given medication or enough with self-care at home. To reduce pain you should adjust your diet, avoid foods or actions that can trigger complaints such as eating foods that are irritative, cold drinks, smoking, etc., maintain oral and dental hygiene, eat healthy and nutritious foods, increase consumption of water, rest enough, and regular exercise. If the complaint has caused difficulty breathing or swallowing, do not delay to see a doctor.
Thus, hopefully it helps.