hi i have lost my voice, a sore throat , dry and tickly and a cough.. also aching in my arms, hurts to lift them and a runny nose i just feel very fatigued.I have to go to work in a couple of hours and i ...
back. I don t cough too often but, every morning without fail, I lose my voice. It only comes back ... raspy and hoarse, even after I cough up the stuff. My chest hurts and my throat is sore, I think mainly ...
I have a sore area on the back of my throat left side, hurts when I swallow . My glands do not feel swollen but when I touch my adams apple it hurts. My voice is hoarse and I feel a need to clear my throat ...
patch in the back of my throat on the left side (I have no tonsils), & a persistent drycough that comes ..., sneezing a bit, still have a drycough (I did cough up a bit of phlegm this morning), & still having mild ...
I ve had a cold and runny nose 3 months ago. I started to have a drycough 2 months ago. I lost my ... that s clogged on my throat. It s itchy and it often causes me to cough hardly. I m 23 years old guy, I have ...
condition, and on Sunday I started to lose my voice a bit too. I don t feel terribly ill but I am tired and my voice is gone (it sounds like I m whispering_ and my throat is dry. Wondering if taking a dayquil ...
Less serious side effects include
nausea, vomiting, diarrhea;
dry mouth, nose, or throat;
stuffy nose, sinus pain, cough, sore throat; or.
hoarseness or deepened voice.
Mild head ache, husky voice and drycough!and a feelibg of hollowness in my throat.
Thank you for sharing your symptoms on the forum.
Your symptoms are suggestive of a throat infection which can also cause pain on swallowing. Other causes are multiple including smoking, allergies, regurgitation of stomach acid which irritates the throat etc and, in rare cases laryngeal cancer. A diagnosis can be easily made on a simple examination of your throat.
i have a stuffy sometimes runny nose. my throathurts and i am slowly losing my
voice, and when i cough i cough up mucas.
Hi. It sounds like you have an Upper respiratory infection. If the symptoms are less that 1 week in duration then you can treat the symptoms with decongestant medications. Salt water gargling and Aspirin gargling. If these things do not settle the symptoms by 1 week, then you will need to go to the doctor and get a prescription for a course of antibiotics.