and then the next day my throat wasn t sore but my voice was raspy and I almost lost it altogether that has gotten better but then yesterday my throat started to hurt, today its worse and I noticed a few tiny white spots ...
or bodyaches. Doctor gave me prednisone for about 5 days and also amoxicillan. Helped cough but not a lot. Finally cough subsided. Then I lost my voice and had sinus pressure. Went to the doctor and he said ...
a chest pain then a day after that the pain stopped but the coughing increased and I lost my voice completely. Today I woke up having the worst chest and throat pain ever and the coughing has increased ...
I feel clammy but no fever. Bodyaches mostly lower back and shoulders. Head ache with darting pain occasionally in my right ear. My eyes slightly hurt to read. Glands in throat, underarms and breast are swollen ...
Hd Hello, i am suffering from pains in the neck and chest , feeling of fullness and dryness in my throat , hoarse voice, fever and general aches and pains. My lymph nodes seem inflamed as the neck region ...
Loss of voice for two weeks, chills, bodyaches, ear aches, sore throat, dry cough, heavy chest, fatigue
Hello and welcome to health care magic,
Any loss of voice for two weeks must be investigated. You must consult an ENT at the earliest and get an endoscopy of the vocal cords done and get back to me on this
Dr Sriram Nathan
Bodyachescoughs chills chesthurting SKIN aches.
Hi.... Many thanks for consulting in Health Care Magic. I think you are going through a viral illness. Oral paracetamol & symptomatic cold medicine should be fine. Hope my answer was helpful for you. Happy to help anytime. Further clarifications and consultations on Health Care Magic are welcome.
Dr. Sumanth MBBS., DCH., DNB (Paed).
Mild head ache, husky voice and dry cough!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.