Swollen gums, sore throat after swallowing saliva
Gingival swelling and pain has lasted for two days, without bleeding, which leads to sore throat and sore throat. Now the left and right faces are a little different in size. Recently, there will be obvious pain in chewing food. I have already eaten ibuprofen, and there is no sign of recovery.
There is swelling and pain in gums and sore throat. Ibuprofen has no obvious therapeutic effect simply by taking it. You can take antibiotics and combine some heat-clearing and detoxifying drugs to treat it, such as amoxicillin combined with Pudilan anti-inflammatory tablets or compound honeysuckle. Pay attention to diet during medication, and don’t eat spicy and stimulating foods
Gingival swelling and sore throat after swallowing saliva may not be the symptoms of excessive internal heat, but gingival swelling and pain may also be caused by gingivitis, periodontitis, etc. Ibuprofen is an analgesic drug, which can only temporarily relieve pain, but cannot treat diseases. At present, it is suggested that you can seek medical advice to diagnose the cause before taking symptomatic medication.
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