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Sore throat with flu like symptoms, getting difficulty to swallow. Not on any medication. What these symptoms suggest?

Hi. I have had a sore throat for nearly a month now. I did have flu like symptoms initially bu after a fe days they went if since then I can t shift a sore throat. It hurts to swallow and sometimes my glands are swollen and my neck sometimes feels stiff. Recently food tastes funny aswell. No other symptoms and I am not on medication.
Asked On : Wed, 23 May 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern this could be chronic condition of allergy, the most important is the eosinophil the percentage of this need to be seen and if this found increased then that has to be managed accordingly, meanwhile for symptomatic relief you can take the "Tab Levocetrizine 10 mg three times in day" hope this information helps you take care and have good day.
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