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Difficulty swallowing, fever. On rozith, got rashes, sore throat. Now taking oracyn k. ASO high, sore throat. Treatment?

patient treated with 3 Azithromycin 250 mg (Rozith) tablet for difficulty in swallowing food and moderate fever. Later on Developed skin rash and sore throat . Stopped taking Rozith. Now taking Tablet Oracyn K 250 mg 6 hourly. 02-03-2012 Blood report ESR 65 mm in Ist hour WBC 0000/Cmm ASO 1244 IU/mL CRP 14.0 mg/L 16-04-2012 Blood report ESR 12 mm in Ist hour WBC 8000/Cmm ASO 1227 IU/mL CRP 2.0 mg/L 09-06-2012 ASO report ASO 1331 IU/mL No remarked abnormality is seen except a little discomfort in throat. ASO still very high. What else can be done at this stage?
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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Hi, in my opinion you have throat infection because of streptococcal bacteria ( high ASLO titre).
Oracyn k is penicillin antibiotic which is drug of choice for throat infection.
Continue treatment as advised by your doctor.
Throat irritation will be there because of residual congestion, which will reduce gradually.
Aslo titre will be high for upto 4 wees following infection.
But once the infection is completely reduced, Aslo titre will also reduce.
Do not worry.
In case your infection persists, aslo titre doesn't reduce, then you may need intravenous antibiotics of penicillin for a week.
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