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phytolacca berry and thraot problem

i like to use phytolacca berry for weight reducing but im facing throat problems tonsils having so pain and problem in swallow.
i like to find out that i start using this tablets in this throat problem or after this.


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  faysal on 2010-05-03
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Throat.--Dark red or bluish red. Much pain at root of tongue; soft palate and tonsils swollen. Sensation of a lump in throat (Bell; Lach). Throat feels rough, narrow, hot. Tonsils swollen, especially right; dark-red appearance. Shooting pain into ears on swallowing. Pseudo-membranous exudation, grayish white; thick, tenacious yellowish mucus, difficult to dislodge. Cannot swallow anything hot (Lach). Tension and pressure in parotid gland. Ulcerated sore throat and diphtheria; throat feels very hot; pain at root of tongue extending to ear. Uvula large, dropsical. Quinsy; tonsils and fauces swollen, with burning pain; cannot swallow even water. Mumps. Follicular pharyngitis.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman 8 years ago

Dr Mahfooz
i have so pain in my throat having tonsils and cannot swallow even water.

Kindly suggest me medicine for this.
and also suggest me i use phytolacca berry after my tonsils problem?

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faysal 8 years ago

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