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Have strep throat, tooth infection, difficulty in swallowing. Taken Ibuprofen. Treatment?

I have strep throat an tooth infection.. I have anxiety and terrified that I m deathly I ll. It s hard to swallow my whole mouth hurts, I m scared to take Ibuprofren bc I have been for a week and I know it thins out blood...... Help, what s ur advice. I m a 25 yr old female, generally healthy- have had sever anxiety lately
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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Aug 2012
Dear Mica,

Both- throat and tooth infection will certainly need antibiotics and NSAID like ibuprofen will not help alone. Mouth sores and the other symptoms warrant you see your GP as soon as possible. Take multivitamins, antibiotics, ample of fluids and rest. Plain acetaminiphen taken appropriately with your antibiotics will help relieve the symptoms faster. For anxiety, do not give up and keep follow up with your psychiatrist. He/she will certainly find matters which make you feel so anxious and write medications appropriately for you. Good luck.
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