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Pain in neck, swollen tonsils. Recovered from sinus infection

I have a pain in the right side of my neck that does not feel like a normal sore throat shifts up and down the neck sometimes and is worse after yawning or caughing. It sometimes is not there at all, it s a sharp pain, like a muscle pain or something. I just got over a sinus infection . The tonsils on my right side are slightly swollen, no white stuff in my throat though. Sometimes the pain feels like it s in the center of my neck on the right side of my thyroid . I am a 33 year old male and a smoker. This has been going on for almost a week now.
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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the sinus infection might no be over and there is still post nasal drip which causes infective mucus fall in throat leading to soar throat
get xray pns waters view and treat completely to prevent recurences
at present take antiallergic bd for 3 week to prevent mucus formation from sinuses and falling back antacid liquid tds
neomycin h ointment in nose bd
sea water 2 drops at night eaxh nose
add analgesic for pain and fever sos
continue 3 wk
Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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