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Red, sore throat, non productive cough, swollen neck gland, knot in throat

I have had two rounds of antibiotics 250 mg zpack and now 7 days into a 10 day 500mg amoxicillin still red sore throat cough non productive swollen right gland under neck and feels as there s a knot in my throat food will not go down it seems. I have acid liquid stuff rolls into my throat I have to keep it swollowed down. Goes away a bit after eating then worsens. Worse at bedtime. Years ago had gallbladder scan said was a delay in emptying then.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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good morning, by going through ur problems i would like to rule out two conditions #1 quinsy # 2 abscess , these two conditions will not get easily get cured by the strength of antibiotics . u should take a through ENT check up and required to step up on the strength of the drug or drainage of the abscess surgically of the situation demands, meanwhile take care of ur hydration and nutrition statuses. thank you.
Answered: Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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