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Had Sinubrongitus past week. Used mucolitics for coughing, anti flu medicines. Why dry pallet?

Hallo Doctor. My name is Christa and I had Sinubrongitus this past week. I had used basic stuff like mucolitics for coughing, anti flu meds etc and is feeling allot better. My GP did prescribe antibiotics but I have not taken them yet since i do not feel that sick. Have been on bed rest and anti piretics as well. Today back to work and suddenly I get a dry pallet, but only the middle part of the roof of my mouth seems to be dry. This afternoon I looked in the mirror and found that that area is yellowich with a few red spots here and there, no sores. Little painful but not in a way that I want to take pain medication for this. Should I be concerned since I tried surging on the net but could not find these symptoms? Kind regards Christa South Africa
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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You have developed infected Pharyngitis
or in simple terms Sore Throat due to infection
a 7 day course of antibiotic and anti inflmatory with warm water gargles will make u fine
kindly consult a ENT specialist
Answered: Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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