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Sore White Patch In Back Of Throat After Colonoscopy
It may not be very: comfortable but there is no specific restriction for this procedure. You will receive some twilight anesthesia so potentially this could be a reason to wait as well as the potential to infect the operators and nurses doing your procedure. If it is elective it would probably be in the best interest of everyone involved for you to wait until you are back to full health. ...Read more
Had a colonoscopy, I have furrows in my esophagus, byopsy taken, now my throat is sore, and I am sick. Normal?
6 year old having endoscopy/colonoscopy will she be sore afterwards ? I heard your throat and rectum would be. How do I prepare her for this?
Not necessarily...: Typically, your child will be sedated during the test ; will have no recollection of it. Afterward, he/she may burp or pass flatus from air used during the exam to inflate the GI tract. Since we don't know circumstances as to why your child needs testing its impossible to predict findings nor anticipate what else may be present that can contribute to post-testing soreness/discomfort. Best wishes. ...Read more
Day after receiving general anesthesia 4 colonoscopy, sore throat, nurse said I had raspy lungs before I left. Hurts to take deep breath. Feel Fluid?
Could be normal: are you sure you had General Anesthesia? It's very unusual for colonoscopy. However you did have tube in your mouth breathing that's good cause sore throat. If you're a smoker sometimes it's normal to caugh as you wake up. In most patient this resolves in 2 to 3 days. If you have difficulty breathing, have fever, or coughing up yellow and green stuff you should talk to your doctor ...Read more
Is it ok to have endoscopy and colonoscopy procedure with a common cold, blocked nose sore throat slight cough.. If under sedation ?
Wait until resolved: Unless there is an urgency to do these tests, the patient should wait until resolution of the upper respiratory infection before having the upper endoscopy and colonoscopy completed. Even with sedation, there is diminished reflexes such that increased secretions may pose a slight increased risk. ...Read more
Yellow bumps in back of throat. White patch in throat. No soreness, swelling or coughing. Only scratchy when throat is dry. Strep? Tonsillitis?
Do you run a low grade fever (99.4) with allergies I gave a white patch and a white dot at the back of my throat Kind of sore and kind of hard swollow?
Slight sore throat, had white patch on soft pallet, now they are red & on roof ,mouth dry, sore, feels like something in back of mouth weird taste wha?
Dr. can check throat: New throat pain can be from a strep throat infection (antibiotics are needed), a cold or influenza (antibiotics usually not used), or from some other cause such as allergies or irritants. Usually, a person sees the doctor if the sore throat is bothersome, recurrent, or doesn't go away quickly (mainly to check for strep throat). Throat lozenges and Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin can help decrease throat pain. ...Read more
I have a red sore under my tongue, near my back tooth. It hurts to swallow and talk as well. There is also a white patch in my throat near it. ?
You get them often?: Aphateous ulcer or canker sore almost always starts as a red spot then white patchy or develops a tingling or burning sensation before any other symptoms are obvious. If you have a canker sore, your mouth will feel painful. Usually heals on its own within 10 to 14 days. To be sure see your doctor or dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doesn't strep throat clear up on it's own? My grandson had strep and my throat is now slightly sore with a small white patch. Do I have to see my dr?
SEE A DOCTOR: Many times strep can clear up on its own without treatment. However, if strep isnt treated one runs the risk of developing rheumatic fever, glomerulonephritis, or chorea. It is not worth the risk not to be treated. The white patch may be caused by a virus, but one can't tell for sure unless a culture is taken. ...Read more