The Throat Feels Lumpy And Takes Out Blood Clots?
Good evening, I want to ask, I have a sore throat and then something like a lump in the throat and pain in the chest, then because it is too lumpy in the throat and I feel uncomfortable, then I am forced to come out, and it turns out that comes out of my throat was a lump of blood, and the lump was quite thick and large. Previously I was treated at the hospital, because I vomited so much blood, it was spurting out and was unnatural. after two days in the new house a clot of blood came out of the throat. Like menstrual blood that clots like that. thanks . please answer and explain.
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what is the conclusion of the doctor who treated you while experiencing vomiting of blood previously related to your health condition?
A sore throat, a lump, and a large amount of blood clots accompanied by chest pain can naturally be caused by common pharyngitis. Pharyngitis itself can occur due to dry throat, allergic or irritation to certain substances that enter the throat, viral or bacterial infections, gastric acid reflux, immune disorders, drug effects, malignancies, and many other triggers. In addition to pharyngitis, complaints in your throat may also arise due to other causes, for example gastroesophageal reflux disease, ruptured esophageal varices, peptic ulcers, chronic bronchitis, pulmonary tuberculosis, lung cancer, bleeding disorders, drug side effects, and so on.
Referring to your statement which states that even before you were hospitalized due to vomiting of blood, you should go to see your doctor for internal medicine. Through blood tests, x-rays, sputum tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, or other supporting tests, often doctors are able to identify the causes and treatments that need to be done for your complaint.
At this time, so that complaints don't recur, try doing it first:
Use a humidifier water so that the air around you is not dry Use a mask Do not overdo eating spicy, oily, berampas, artificial sweetness, especially cause you are allergic Limit excessive screaming Drink more warm water, especially water Eat small portions but often and regularly Stay away from cigarettes and smoke. Rest and exercise regularly every day. Don't take any medicine without doctor's advice. Hope it helps.