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permanent remedy for Throat Infection

hi doctor, My Age:22, FEMALE I often suffer from throat infection...Is there a permanent remedy...following throat inf i get fever...please help. surya prabha
Asked On : Mon, 17 Jan 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
First of all thank you choosing healthcare magic.

There could be many possible reasons, your food habits may not be proper means you may be taking very oily and spicy food from outside which can lead to this, you can also have allergic problem due to which you can suffer from this, first of all stop eating junk foods out side and avoid cold drinks also, do regular warm water gargles when you have problem. You should be taking good healthy diet consisting of green leafy vegetables and salads, which will boost your immunity and avoid recurrent problems.

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ENT Specialist Dr. Naveen Kumar's  Response
Hi,

Before answering, I would like to gather information regarding the following:

1. Do you have any acid reflux problems?
2. Recurrent sinus disease?
3. Recurrent fever associated with throat pain?

If so, please let me know so that exact cause of your problems can be identified and treated accordingly.

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Dr. Naveen Kumar

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hi doctor,

i get Recurrent of throat pain associated with fever ...
and what is acid reflux problems and sinus disease

please let me know
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ENT Specialist Dr. Naveen Kumar's  Response
Hi,

Let me make things clear for you
1. Acid reflux means, the contents of the stomach regurgitating back into the throat after a meal - If this is there then there is the possibility of the acid causing irritation in the throat and leading to throat discomfort. This condition can be controlled with antacids and certain drugs aimed at reducing the acid secretion.

2. Sometimes, when there is sinusitis the infected secretions trickle back into the throat causing throat irritation and pharyngitis.

3. If there is fever associated with the throat pain then we should suspect chronic tonsillitis or chronic pharyngitis.

Regards
Dr. Naveen Kumar

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thx for the reply doctor...

so shud i test on this chronic tonsillitis or chronic pharyngitis with any ENT doctor...

also suggest me good doctors in chennai..
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ENT Specialist Dr. Naveen Kumar's  Response
Hi you can visit either of the two reputed ENT institutes.
KKR ENT Hospital
No: 827, Poonamallee High Road,
Chennai - 600 010. India
Tel: 2641 1444 / 2641 1987 / 2641 1612
Fax: 91 - 44 - 2641 2727
Email: enquiry@kkrenthospital.org

OR

Madras ENT Research Foundation (P) Ltd.,     
No-1, I Cross Street, Off. II Main Road,
Raja Annamalaipuram, Chennai – 600 028.     
Website:www.merfmk.com
www.merfmohankameswaran.com
E mail: merfmk@vsnl.net / merfmk30@yahoo.com
Tel: 044-24311411,412,413,414,415
Fax: 044-24311416
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