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Constant sore throat, huskiness in voice, pink spots on back of the tongue, difficulty in swallowing, wheezing, blood in cough

hiya i have a really sore throat my voice has gone really husky and iv noticed big pink spots on the back of my tongue i can t swallow with out pain even swallowing my own salver hurts and i wake up choking when i fall to sleep wheezing almost like im having a asthma attack then i start to vomit iv also been coughing up blood this is now four weeks iv had this problem for.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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You are having a bad attack of upper respiratory tract infection which is also causing asthma like symptoms. How much blood you are coughing? You should get routine blood counts and a xray chest done to rule out any involvement of lungs. If lungs are normal, pl take a course of antibiotics like augmentine or azithral, some painkillers preferrably acetaminophen, a cetrizine or allegra. Also take nebulization with salsol and budecort 2 to 3 times a day.If there is lung involvement, pl consult a pulmonologist who will put you on appropriate treatment. The big pink spots on the back of your tongue may be lingual tonsils which is normal anatomy but you may have noticed them for the first time now.
Answered: Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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