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Had oral surgery. Throat red. Why is pain not subsiding? Strep throat?

Hello I had oral surgery 5 days ago and I have had a fever and excruciating pain in my throat. I went to my primary care physician and they gave me a stronger antibiotic and also told me there is no infection and it is not strep throat . my throat is still very red and i have soars in my mouth and in the back of my throat. I do not know what this is.
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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hello thanks for consulting at hcm. was the extraction smooth,, did it take long or did u have any bleeding post op..if negative to both,, it could be traumatic ulcer which u feel sore.. take topical anesthetic gel ,, then the burning will come down and also continue ur antibiotics and analgesics.. wait for 10-15 dys if it doenst subside ,, go to ur local dentist fr follow up..hope it helps
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