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The symptoms indicate Acute Upper Respiratory Tract
Infection (URTI) commonly referred to as Acute Pharyngotonsillitis. As the Eustachean Tube connects the Pharynx with the middle ear ,if there is a transmission of infection through the same you get pain in the ear and it is called Eustachean Catarrh.
In addition to the Antibiotic ,kindly also take antipyretic/anti-inflammatory medications/soothening throat lozenges/steam inhalation with a Vapourizer/proteolytic enzymes preparations for the penetration of medicines to the site of infection for their better effect.
Keep away from refrigerated food and beverages and do not smoke.
In addition to routine blood and urinalysis
, a throat swab culture would delineate whether it is bacterial or viral in nature.
As a remote possibility ,Your ENT Surgeon would be the best judge to rule out whether you are also having a condition called Quincy for which usually surgical drainage
Wishing a quick recovery.
Dr Lt Cdr ASN Bhushan.