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Medication for frequently occurring sore throat - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions

Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can i help you?
User :   Hey
User :   I get regular sore throats
Doctor :   k
User :   I try to prevent them by using oral rinse
Doctor :   since howlong
User :   since 4-5 years
User :   i am 20 now
Doctor :   do u have taken any medication
User :   whn i get the sore throat attack
User :   i take anti biotics and it will be back to normal
User :   but taking regular anti biotics is not good for health
Doctor :   therecan be many reason for the recurrent sore thorat
User :   some doctors have suggested tonsillodectomy and some asked me to wait till my immune system gets better
Doctor :   k
User :   I dont know which way to go
User :   and is taking anti-biotics generally paracetemol on a regular basis harmful?
Doctor :   which ,causes u recurrent attacks
Doctor :   r u there??
User :   tonsills
User :   ya
Doctor :   in that case tonsillectomy is the only option
User :   and other than blood loss and other temporary disadvantages
User :   does tonsilodectomy have any major limitations?
Doctor :   noi
User :   like voice getting worse?
Doctor :   its a safe method

Doctor :   nothing like that
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