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Sore throat, threw up, mild headache, swallowing hurts. Help?

Yesterday I woke up with a sore throat then later on in the day I threw up and had a mild head ach then only the right side of my throat was sore and when I swallowed it really hurt but hurt my noes aswell today the head ach has gone and the pain in my noes but the right side of my throat is still really sore I had a look no white spots or anything bit red and swollen not sure if its my glands?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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HI I have gone through your mail and as you said you were initially having sore throat and you feel pain on swallowing pain is mainly on right side of throat only, later on you develop pain in nose have off & on headache also. Considering your all symptoms it is clear that you are having acute upper respiratory tract infection with right sided tonsillitis. As far as treatment is concern you should go for these investigations (1) C.T.scan para-nasal sinuses (2) culture and sensitivity of throat swab (3) X-Ray chest P.A.view (4) Blood- C.B.C., E.S.R., blood-sugar F & pp.After this you are advice to contact your E.N.T.specialist for clinical examination and co-relation of investigation for proper diagnosis and treatment.Thanks.
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