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Ate drain away powder on accident, swollen and blistered lips, tongue , sore throat, extreme pain. Medication?

my nan recently ate drain away powder on accident (drain cleaning agent) damaging her lips throat and tongue this happend last tuesday she went to A and E and was released 2 days later but as it is so sore she has not eaten since and even struggles to drink can you help me please symptons are : swollen and blistered lips swolled blistered tongue very sore throat in extreme pain
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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You must get an ENT consultation done and get her throat examined by getting done flexible fiber optic naso pharyngo laryngoscopy .
Without examination it is difficult to say the condition of throat and the food which she can take.
Also you can do--
Ask her to take liquids
Give her multivitamins
Liq. Xylocain gargle to make her mouth and throat numb for some time give it half an hour before meals .
Betadine gargles.
Take care of reflux or acidity
Answered: Thu, 11 Jul 2013
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