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Suffering from dry throat and pricking sensation, painful to touch, tonsils bit swollen. Solution?

I have a dry throat ...but no coughing....feels like needles sometimes. I did have a cold that started a few weeks ago..and seems to change its symptoms each week...except for the throat...THAT got worse until now.... it s dry, a bit swollen, sore on the right side, painful to the touch at the front .....just under the Adams Apple. I can feel the phlegm going down the back of my throat...but no cough. My tonsils are a bit swollen. Hope this makes sense to somebody, please help.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
From your history it seems that you have got acute upper respiratory tract infection mainl of bacterial.
Go for one antibiotic medicine course.
Do Listerine gargles.
Avoid junk food and cold drinks.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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