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My pharyngitis caused plugged ears, a fever, shaking, and lots of mucus activity. What could this be, and how can I heal faster? It's been 1 week.

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Dr. Jovita Anyanwu
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Pharyngitis

Need to see a physician.
Pharyngitis is commonly treated with antibiotics, warm saline gargles or viscous lidocaine, mouth swish and analgesics and oral rehydration. Care must be taken if infectious Mononucleiosis is suspected as reaction could occur penicillins.

In brief: Pharyngitis

Need to see a physician.
Pharyngitis is commonly treated with antibiotics, warm saline gargles or viscous lidocaine, mouth swish and analgesics and oral rehydration. Care must be taken if infectious Mononucleiosis is suspected as reaction could occur penicillins.
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