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I Have Swollen Uvula What To Eat And How To Make It Cure
See a doctor: The time course is very important. If the swelling is new and caused by an allergic reaction or a side effect of medication (such as Lisinopril) this could be life threatening and should be evaluated by a physician immediately - especially if you have changes to our voice or difficulty swallowing. ...Read more
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At this time I would suggest liquids and ice. Anti-inflammatories if you are not allergic. This type of swelling may come from food allergies, snoring or sleep apnea. Positioning yourself in a forward position may also help reduce the "blocked feeling" in your throat. If it worsens, off to the ER you go! Good luck. ...Read more
inflammation inside the mouth could be from mouth breathing. we are meant to breath through our noses. The air gets filtered, warmed and humidified before it touches the lining of the mouth and throat.
start simple, pay attention to how you breathe. Keep your mouth closed! ...Read more
Reaction: Other than trauma, surgical manipulation, or a mass - the things that can cause swelling are usually related to an "reaction". It could be due to certain med (ace inhibitors), due to an allergic type response, or due from a hereditary condition (c1 esterase defiency) that allows fluid to improperly fill tissue spaces. ...Read more
Swollen uvula: If the uvula looks too large for the area it is in, or in other words if it totally fills the space between the tonsillar pillars, then it is too big. If you are snoring a lot at nite it will get swollen due to the air turbulence around it when you are snoring. Kinda like a flag in the wind. See an ear nose and throat doctor and her or she can check it out for you. Good luck and feel better! ...Read more
Swollen Uvula: This may be an infection. Call your doctor for a check up to find out the cause of the problem. ...Read more
Woke up to swollen uvula and the surrounding tissue is swollen and frilly looking. It's hurts and feels dry and raw. What's causing this?
Infection: This sounds as if you have a pharyngeal infection affecting the uvula and associated tissues. You need to be seen by a doctor and appropriately assessed. Hope you are better soon. ...Read more
Had a swollen Uvula for 3 days now. Starting to really annoy me. I went out Friday and had a big drink, got home and was sick a couple times. I went t?
Uvulitis: Please seek medical help immediately since utilities may be due infection such as strep and needs antibiotics treatment. Sometimes it can also be reaction to irritants like smoke inhalation or other chemicals, but would still need thorough throat exam and treatment ...Read more
Possible.: Swollen tissue indicates irritation and possible infection. Depending on how tender, swollen the uvula is, you might consider seeing your doc for a throat culture to rule out strep. Most likely it is irritation or viral infec. If it continues, feels reallly uncomfortable &/or is associated with fever, may be systemic bacterial infec or mononucleosis. No matter what is going on, stop the marajuana. ...Read more
Possible: Viral infection. See dentist or PCP for diagnosis. ...Read more
I've had a swollen uvula for about 24 hours now as the swelling has not gone down what should I do? It's very uncomfortable.
Uvula edema: Hello, the swelling of the uvula will take some time for resolution. The uvula lies in a dependent position. The timing will also depend on the degree of swelling. In my practice, I prescribe steroids. If you are having trouble swallowing or breathing, you'll obviously need to be seen in an er. Good luck and I hope this helps. ...Read more
What does a swollen uvula with white patches and a swollen neck mean it is very painfull and it is not strep I was tested for that?
Swollen uvula: Any allergy can cause swelling of the delicate tissues on the inside of the nose and mouth. Usually, the nose is more affected than the mouth, but the uvula can swell, although a less common place for swelling to occur with manifestation of allergy. ...Read more
This morning I woke up with a swollen uvula and now there's a white blister on it what should I do?
Please have someone take you to the nearest Emergency facility. You may be fully treated there or be passed on to a specialist.
Hope all goes well. ...Read more
I woke up with a swollen uvula, should I take steroids to reduce swelling? I suffer from severe panic attacks and I am nervous about the swelling.
I have a tiny red bump at the base of my penis right above the pubic hair line. I also have a slightly swollen uvula. Related?
Unrelated: Likely unrelated. However the genital growth merits a look by an md. ...Read more
Swollen uvula: This is actually more common than you might think, and you need to get to a physician immediately so you can be appropriately treated. If your pcp or ENT physician cannot see you now, there are urgent care physicians that are available now that can help treat you immediately. So do not wait to get treatment by a physician! ...Read more
I have a lot of yellow/green mucus stuck to back of throat and swollen uvula. Is there a correlation?
Yes: Your symptoms are consistent with a viral/bacterial infection and the purulent material (yellow/green mucus) is the body's defense mechanism challenging that infection. The swollen uvula is part of this infection. A culture of the throat is first, followed by appropriate and specific medical treatment. See your physician. ...Read more
Can marijauna withdrawls cause you to not smoke for months can anxiety from weed cause your throat to burn or make the uvula swollen?
Cannabis: Marijuana smoke contains mucosal irritants. Inhalation with marijuana is more prolonged & deeper than with tobacco. If you have not used cannabis for a number of months - that should not be causing your throat to burn or your uvula to swell. Anxiety can lead to throat symptoms. Consider getting checked out by your physician. ...Read more
I just woke with sore throat and area behind uvula swollen and wondered what causes this? The swollen area is so enlarged it flaps when I exhale.
It is likely infecti:
Sore throat is frequently caused by the head-cold virus which usually resolves in 4-5 days with the help of tylenol (acetaminophen) pills and lots of warm liquids.
If you develop fever or enlarged lymph glands, it can also be strept throat infection (bacterial infection). This requires antibiotics use and a visit to your family doctor unless you get well with tylenol (acetaminophen) in another 1-2 days. ...Read more
Swollen uvula with white spot on tip for 5 days. Hurts on the left side only when I swallow. Slight runny nose and dry cough accompanying.?
URI: This could be due to multiple different causes. Might be a viral upper respiratory tract infection. Could be Herpangina, a condition due to Coxsackie virus, could be due to allergic reactions. If it keeps up and doesn't resolve in a day or two go and let a doctor examine you. Best wishes. ...Read more