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Throat congestion, bleeding from the throat. Waiting for the sonogram of the heart and thyroid reports. Should I be concerned?

Hello doctor, My name is Shiva Kumar . I am felling little difficulty in swallowing saliva and strongly feeling something in my throat. I m feeling, my throat is dry and little bit of blood came from my throat. I am getting hives since 5 months. Previously doctors did blood work and found nothing. Recently I am having these problems (as staed above). Four days back I went to dermatologist , She ordered thyroid antibody tests and found TSH=4.76(normal range: 0.358-3.74mlU/ml ),T3 Uptake=29(normal range 30-39%). They also did sonogram on heart and thyroid.They are waiting for the results. So can you tell me what could be the reason for these problems . Waiting for your reply....
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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hi thanks for your query
as per discussion you got throat infection,may be tonsilitis
causing throt congestion ,swelling bloody sputum,inability of swallowing,
history of hives make this more likely
you should consult your gp for prescription of some antibiotics,anti -inflamatory drugs and mouth gargles,
yuou must try look-warm water with salt gargles 4-6 times a day
take care
Answered: Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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