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Persistent pain on swallowing food post treatment for throat infection, have wisdom tooth eruption. X-ray, ECG normal. Cause?

hi rohit (24) here actually when i am swallowing food or water my i felt its paining and since 4days i have gt fever too for sometime in a day and i used to go to gym for 2hrs in a day and i usedto take protine shake of a big brand and i have throat infection too as one teeth is also coming (wisdom). plz help me i went to doc too we did x ray ecg and all but everything is normal but now the pain is as it was.
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Hello, Welcome Thanks for consulting HCM,
I have gone through your query, you have throat infection , and erpution of Wisdom tooth also , you have pain in swallowing food , it can be due to both reason , you can take antibiotics of throat infection , one Tablet Azithromycin twice daily for 3 days and for erupting wisdom tooth you can take Analgesic One Tablet Combiflame twice daily , One capsule Vitamin B complex once daily
For wisdom tooth you can should go to dentist for scaling and curettage , do warm saline gargle two - three times a day you will get relief.
Hope this will help you.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 11 Feb 2014
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