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Throat pain, difficulty in swallowing, prescribed Azitheal, Peptard-D, combiflam and wokadine

Hi, This is Dileep from Bangalore, Last 2 Days I m Facing Problem with Throat Pain I m Unable to Split Out and Split In and it is difficult to take water also, Last day I Consult Doctor , She is not ENT specialist. She Prescribed 1) Azitheal 2) Peptard - D 3) Combiflam and Injection for temporary Relif and she suggest wokadine.. She Told to me use 3 days if still fell pain consult ENT Specialist .. Could you please Suggest for me
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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More details are needed like whether your sore throat is preceded by cold, whether you have heartburn etc to determine cause of your throat pain.
You may be having acute pharyngitis or acute tonsillitis as these are common. It indicates inflammation of throat or tonsils. This may be due to infection (viral or bacterial) or due to irritation of throat by acid reflux (acid coming up the food pipe).
By examination it is possible to differentiate between pharyngitis and tonsillitis.
If no other problems are there then sore throat is commonly due to viral infection.
You have written not able to spit out nor take it in. Are you able to swallow liquids? If not you may need intravenous fluids to prevent dehydration.
You have written doctor prescribed medicines. But have you started taking them?
If you have already started continue the same.
If not do the following:
Take as much as warm liquids
You can take Combiflam for pain, can do throat gargles with Wokaine
But hold on with Azithral (antibiotic). You can start it if your throat pain is increasing (suggestive of secondary bacterial infection)
After that if your problem persists consult an ENT specialist
Wish you good health.
Answered: Mon, 7 May 2012
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