Yellowish Mucus Resembles Pus In The Throat That Does Not Improve Even After It Has Been Treated?
it has been 10 months exudate yellow pus rich in pus on the pharynx has not healed, but I did not experience coughing, had been to the ENT doctor and given Lapiflox 500 drug, I had spent but the yellow spots were still there and increased ,, please enlighten me what should I do ?
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Exudate in the medical realm is defined as an inflammatory fluid that is turbid, viscous, which contains a lot of protein, fibrinogen, cells, including bacteria. Is this really what you mean?
Maybe what you mean is the appearance of pus-like yellow mucus in the throat that doesn't improve even after being treated by a doctor.
Under normal conditions, cells in the throat wall will indeed produce mucus, which in addition plays a role in maintaining moisture, while also facilitating digestion and preventing ingestion and inhalation of harmful substances into the digestive tract and breathing. However, normal mucus is clear in color, does not amount to too much, and does not make the sufferer experience complaints.
The appearance of yellowish mucus in the throat as you experience it often occurs due to bacterial infection. This infection can occur confined to the throat, or also comes from the spread of infection of other organs in the vicinity. It could also be, this yellowish mucus arises as a result of inflammation that is triggered by allergies, foreign body entry, gastric acid reflux, malignancies, side effects of drugs, and various other causes. Ensuring this needs to be done by direct examination of a doctor or ENT specialist doctor. In some cases, supporting tests can also be done, for example blood tests, throat secretions swabs for microscopic examination, x-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on. Therefore, if you feel that your complaints have not improved after undergoing a doctor's treatment, you should check yourself back to the doctor huh ..
Some of the following initial suggestions you can do:
Reduce consumption of foods and drinks that are prone to triggering inflammation in the throat, for example: Greasy foods Spicy foods Coconut milk, excessive fatty foods Acid foods that contain lots of flavorings and artificial sweeteners Drinks that contain caffeine Expand to drink warm water Do not breathe through the mouth Increase environmental humidity For example, by using an air humidifier, minimizing the use of fans and air conditioners. Get plenty of rest. Don't use excessive screaming. Use a nose and mouth mask, especially when in a polluted environment. Don't smoke.