I had acid reflux which led to a sore throat. I was able to take care of that, but it seemed too late. After a couple of days, this is what is the result. I have relatively high fever, with cough. Is this a concern? I do smoke.
Age 23, Male. I am taking Paracetamol and Fexofenadine HCL.
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Having a sore throat is common with acid reflux and smoking..
In your case I think you need to start an antibiotic as you probably has developed an airway infection and you need to cease smoking..
Taking analgesics is not a good choice for acid reflux patients but paracetamol can be tolerated in such situations only but do not take it without a bad need..
Avoid fatty foods ,citrus,and caffeine..tea and chocolates .
Ginger drink (only boiled fresh roots)will help you for your throat,esophagitis and gastritis if present..
its a severe upper respiratory tract infection with glossitis. start on antibiotics immediately,hot saline water gargles and paracetamol for fever will help. avoid spicy diet. take antacids for reflux
IT IS PHARYNGEAL INFECTION WITH SEVERE VITAMIN DEFICIENCY. THIS MAY GET COMPLICATED INTO A FUNGAL INFECTION. FREQUENT BETADINE MOUTH GARGLES,VITAMINS AND ANTIBIOTICS WILL HELP
the medicines you are taking will not be helpful for you. start antibiotics immediately,preferably broad spectrum ones like azithromycin,should be used. taking multivitamin and anti inflammatory tablets will be helpful. local oral antiseptic gels should be used.