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Common cold symptoms, gag reflex, tingling under tongue, thrust feeling in throat, increased salivation. What does this indicate?

Hi. I am having common cold symptoms, such as one side of my nose is stuffed, and my head feels flighty. But another concern I have is about a supposed gag reflex. I ve looked it up and I can t find a good answer for it. The feeling that I have is either a tingling sensation in the glands under my tongue , or sort of thrusting feeling near the back of my throat and increased salivation. I don t know what this could be at all. I do suffer from anxiety, could that be the cause? Also, I have a lump under the skin on the left side of my chin that I dont think is a zit. Does that have something to do with it? I have not currently gagged or vomited.
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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hello ward3464,
these are viral smyptoms.
so you should avoid cold water,oily food and spicy food.
use warm water for drinking.
you can use antibiotics if you have fever,
otrivin nasal drop for blocked nose.
cefixime 200 mg twice daily with ibupfren plus paracetamol thrice daily for 3 days
Answered: Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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