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Irritated uvula, swollen eyes, pain in the throat. Chest pain while coughing. Suggestions?

- uvula irritated (redness), still have the dryness feeling.
-eyes always look swollen
-part of my throat specialy on the lower left side hurts. When I apply pressure on it with my fingers, it makes me cough.
. I cought often (dry cough)
. I have chest pain... Two weeks ago, the pain was so intense,i went to ER. They did blood analysis and chess x-ray (both were negative). I was given a pain medication.
. When I breathe, I feel the pain more
. Last wednesday, I felt almost the same way when I went to the ER. I feel the pain every day, but it did not keep me from doing my every day activities
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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your features indicate pharyngo laryngitis. get an endoscoipc evaluation done of pharynx and larynx. get blood counts done for infection. take treatment as antibiotic, steam inhalation, antibiotic. Avoid smoking. Your chest pain is related to myalgia.

take care
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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