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After finishing course of antibiotics, on swallowing adam's apple moves and feel scratching. Taking medicines for discomfort in neck area and for pimples. Why scratching taking place?

When i swallow and the adam apple moves i feel some thing scratching , This happened after i finished a course of Antibiotics , Antibiotics were prescribed as i have complained of discomfort in the neck area, i also have started developing hard pimples between the eyebrows and on the sides of my temple area Please advise
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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Scratching sensation in throat after antibiotics may occur due to dryness in the mucosa of the throat. Another reason might be the persistence of mild viral sore throat in you. Salt water gargling can help you to soothe the throat. Drink warm fluids and avoid iced drinks for a while. You may take antihistamine tablets. Some of them may cause slight drowsiness.

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