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Throat swelling, soreness. Swallowed coughdrop accidentally. Difficulty in swallowing, chest pain. Due to swallowing cough drop?

I have some swelling and soreness in my throat and glands. I went to the doctor a few days ago and I have been prescribed some amoxacillin for the swelling and loratab for pain. Last night I took a cough drop and I m not sure if I fell asleep and accidentally swalled it or not, I feel something in my throat and when I swallow it does not move and I have a little pain in my chest. Do you think that I could have swallowed it and what would you diagnose me with?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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It could be because of the acidity or stomach upset that you have throat problems .
It could be because of amoxicillin,
tablet can not stay for so long it get diluted .
You should take antacids and multivitamins and have curd .it will take care of the stomach.
Amoxacillin is very good antibiotic , continue with that.
Take cold milk
Answered: Sun, 21 Jul 2013
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