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Sore throat, difficulty swallowing, chills, body pain, headaches. Treatment for symptoms?

I have been experiencing painful, sore throat--it feels like it s raw. I can t hardly swallow anything and if I drink hot tea--it would burn like fire. I have chills and then I get hot. I took my temperature and it s been fluctuating from 97-98.1 degrees. I have swollen glands--looks like my throat is swollen from the outside. I have body aches and mild headaches .
Asked On : Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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Hello Friend,

I am Dr Jignesh . I read Ur query.

It Seems to be all symptoms are of Tonsillitis Or URTI.

U have to do is :

- Salt water gargling 3-4 times a day.

- Avoid Cold Drinks & water

- Avoid Oily Junk foods

- Take Medicated Gargles from Medical store after consulting Ur nearby Physician/Doctor.

Proper antibiotics & anti- fever treatment would be sufficient with pain killer drugs.
Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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