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Throat pain while singing - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   how can I help you?
User :   hello, I enjoy singing alot and Ive been singing tonight, and now my throat hurts like crazy
User :   Do you know what that might be?
Doctor :   If you are singing for long then obviously you are putting stress on your voice box
Doctor :   thus it hurts
Doctor :   do you have sorethroat, cold cough etc
Doctor :   do you have pain during swallowing or during gulping
User :   no
Doctor :   do you have fever or pain when you talk
Doctor :   you can take Advil tablet and then gargle warm water with pinch of salt in it
User :   No. Should I drink something to prevent my throat from hurting
Doctor :   do it for next two days
User :   like before I sing
Doctor :   thrice daily
Doctor :   yuo will set right
Doctor :   and give rest to your voice for next two days
Doctor :   speak minimally
Doctor :   Ok
User :   Okay
Doctor :   rest and graglig
Doctor :   or more imp
Doctor :   now
Doctor :   for you to do better
Doctor :   at the next sing
User :   thank you
Doctor :   thanks
Doctor :   did yu fill the form
Doctor :   i sent you
Doctor :   ??
User :   yes
Doctor :   Thanks bye
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