It has been 3 weeks that I am experiencing front neck pain. First 2 weeks it is just the right side that is painful and the pain is just manageable. On the third week (this week). The pain worsen that I have to take pain reliever. The entire front of my neck is painful and I can feel swollen lymp nodes already. The pain radiates to my ears and it is painful to swallow. I also experience dry cough only at night. I took paracetamol (neozep). Then the pain stops but recurs after 6 hours. In the last two days, my body temp increase. The highest is 37.6 celcius. But it will be lowered when I take paracetamol. I take paracetamol (tylenol) every 4 hours and consumed 5 tablets already. The pain subsides but still recurs. I try to compare what I am feeling with covid 19 symptoms. But I only scored 3 based on specified symptoms of DOH.
Good evening doc. I would like to clarify. I will just take 2 medicines because chymoral forte is not advisable for breastfeeding mom? And chymoral forte is not available in any pharmacy here. Is there no replacement med doc in lieu of chymoral forte? Thank you so much..
get the trypsin chymotrypsin. don't start it for now. try other meds for few days, say 2 and then we shall review. buy the tablet I told you and take a picture and show me the dosages. I'll guide you.
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