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Excruciating throat pain, suggested infectious nucleosis; Prescribed Zobid, Betnezol, still pain. What do I do ?

I have a excrutiating throat pain that has lasted for more than 10 days now. I was initially prescribed antibiotics for sore throat but after 3 days there was no effect. A second opinion suggested I had infectious neucleosis; which was viral and therefore antibiotics were not working. I was prescribed zobid and betnezol which immediately gave me relief. After 5 days; the pain subsided; I was well; but again 2 days later; the pain came back. The doctor now thinks it could be bacterial again. This pain is killing me. Salwater gargles; Tantum gargles; antibiotics do not work. Only zobid seems to give mild relief. I am not supposed to continue betnezol anymore. What do I do?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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thanks for your question.
I think better to go for throat swab for culture and sensitivity and start appropriate antibiotics.
Take plenty of water. avoid cold and junk foods, smoking and alcohol.
take complete bed rest for atleast 2 days
take some multivitamin tablets along with antibiotics.
thank you very much.
Answered: Wed, 17 Jul 2013
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