White Spots In The Throat Accompanied By Painful Swallowing And Body Weakness?
Hello, I want to ask. There is a friend of mine he is 15 years old, first he said if he was sick of swallowing and there are some white patches on his tonsils and then I and a friend searching on Google and it turns out that sprue. But after a long time when he swallowed it hurt so much that even drinking hurt, after that he suddenly got chills, fever, his body went limp and ached. He has been 2 days like this. Do you have to see a doctor? And is it dangerous?
Thank you for the question.
Pain when swallowing, white spots appear on the tonsils, accompanied by fever, weakness, and body aches most likely indicate tonsolitis, or inflammation of the tonsils. This condition is not properly referred to as thrush, because the main cause is infection, it can be a virus, bacteria, or other microorganisms. This condition, if it only lasts 2 days, can be overcome first with the following steps:
Give your colleague the drug paracetamol to help relieve his fever, aches and sore throat. Ask him to get plenty of rest, drink plenty of warm water and fruits rich in vitamin C Appealing to him not to shout too much, to exert physical activity too tired, eat spicy food , greasy, and artificial sweetness Do not let him smoke, exposure to cigarette smoke or other airway irritants (pollution, dust) Remind him to eat regularly, small portions but often also remind him to be diligent in brushing his teeth, clean his tongue, and rinse his mouth with salt solution afterwards If in 3 days his condition still does not improve, ask him to check directly to the doctor or ENT doctor. Concerned, tonsillitis need to get further treatment from a doctor or supporting examination, such as a blood test or biopsy. Concern also, in addition to tonsillitis, the condition is also aggravated by other factors, such as pharyngitis, gastric acid reflux, peritonsillary abscesses, diphtheria, oral cancer, malnutrition, and so on.
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