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Pregnant Pollen Throat Sore
Every morning for a week I have woken up with a sore throat that gets better throughout the day. Could this be from the pollen? What should I do?
Allergies: It could be from a pollen allergy. You could try a course of over the counter allergy medicine, or just wait a while and see if it gets better. This is a good choice, especially if it's very mild. If your at all concerned, get an exam by your primary care physician to make sure it's not strep throat. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Pollen is the equivalent of sperm for a plant. It is a genetically active product, seen on flowers usually, which the plants with the assistance of birds, bats and insects as well as the wind, uses to fertilize the egg of the plant to ensure a next generation. It also can be irritating, functioning as an allergen, leading to sneezing ...Read more
Can allergies cause sore throat and swollen nodes? When pollen is high out, my throat hursts, sneezes and swollen nodes. Subsides with benadryl.
Sounds like: An allergic response usually does not involved lymph node enlargement but one can see how this can happen from the immune stimulation related to high pollen exposure. If the problem is relieved by Benadryl, then what walks, sounds, and looks a duck = a duck. Yes you do have allergy and the sore throat is from either mouth-breathing or post-nasal drips ...Read more
Every morning i wake up with sore throat if i sleep under fast cieling fan and after 2 weeks i get tonsil stones.Is it beacause of pollen allergy ?
In my region, pollen levels are the highest in the last 50 years. I have a sore throat, running nose and am very tired, no fever. Allergy or cold?
Probably cold: Allergies can sometimes cause mild irritation of the throat, but it shouldn't be downright painful. They are also usually accompanied by sneezing and itching of the eyes and nose. With sore throat and fatigue, i would suspect a cold, which may not present with fever. Get plenty of sleep, drink plenty of fluids. See your doctor if you have any questions or if your don't feel better in a few days. ...Read more
I have a sore throat, stuffed head, cough, mucus on chest, and sometimes sweat some. The pollen count is high here. I have drank a lot of water and 7 up and chicken noodle soup. I have also been taking sudafed.
You : You should also take an allergy medication like Claritin or alavert. If you are still having these symptoms, you should see your doctor. At this point you could be dealing with a pharyngitis (throat infection), bronchitis (infection of upper airway) or even sinusitis (infection of the sinuses). All the best. ...Read more
Gargle.: Most sore throats are a result of viral illnesses and will fully run their course in 7-10 days with the sore throat usually lasting only a few days. Antibiotics are not usually needed. Gargle with some warm salt water or try some topical anesthetic spray such as cepacol. If it does not get better within the next day or so, or you start havig fevers, call up your pcp so that they can see you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
While you are pregnat is it easier for you to have more sore throat more frequently i'am in my first trimester and I have been having a lot of sore throats n hoarseness in my voice for weeks now is this something serious
Infections : Infections of this type are not more common in pregnancy. It may be that you had been exposed to someone with an infection recently. Check with your OB if you do not improve over the next week or two. Sometimes it takes a while (several weeks) for hoarseness to improve after a viral infection. I hope you don't smoke since that can slow healing and be bad for the baby. ...Read more
Vaporizer: You probably sleep with your mouth open (do you snore?). Air breathed in through the mouth loses the benefit of humidification which occurs when we breath through the nose. Running a vaoprizer at your bedside should help. Also, open your windows and let some fresh humid air in from the outside (assuming the pollen counts aren't too high). ...Read more
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
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