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Had strep throat, inflamed gland, burning tongue. took caps, no relief. How to get cured?


I had strep throat A twice and had two rounds of antibotics. But how I have inflamed gland, sore thorat, a lot of cold sore, and a burning tongue. I went to the doctor yesterday and he said I have a viral information and its not a strep throat anymore. He gave me some mouth liquid for me to go home and numb my throat and also give me some meds to put on the cold sore. However I feel horrible. I can't eat and drinking water is already very difficult.. What can I do?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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If your doctor has examined and said that its not bacterial infection then you can take for burning sensation over tongue and may be ulcers---
i prescribe gargle-but u will have to make on ur own----
liq. lignocaine 1 bottle+Tab. betnesol forte 4 tablets+Clotrin mouth paint
mix all three and shake it and use it for gargle 2 tsf three times a day,,but do spit it ,,,donot swallow it. this will also make mouth nub for some time so take it half hour before meals
Tab. Voveron D mix in half cup of water gargle it and then swallow it.
Betadine gargle 2 tsf in half glass of water for gargle three times a day,,spit it after gargle.
Take care of reflux ie acidity ,heart burn avoid constipation
write back after 5 days.
Answered: Sat, 29 Jun 2013
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