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I got blood while clearing throat

it happens few times tht in the morning when m clearing my teeth and throat there is very light blood occurs.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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Dentist 's  Response
there may be two possible reasons for this may have gingivitis may have some throat infection
what i believe is that you mut be having gingivits or perodontitis , so pay a visit to your nearby dentist and get scaling and curretage done
in the mean while you can do following
1.luke warm saline rinses 6-8 times daily
2.use some gum astringent
3.hexidine mouthwash after breakfast
hopefully your condition will get better

Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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Does it come with the phlegm or after coughing?

Blood indicates that there could be a lesion in the mouth/throat. Please visit an ENT specialist to get it examined.

If there is cough, a chest x-ray and then visiting a general physician/ chest specialist will be the plan.


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