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    An_253986 posted:
    Throat is sore, pus pockets on toncils, swollen glands below close to jaw, spots on wall of throat pink in color , top of mouth has yellowish tinge, raspy voice , throat hurts, sinus drippage, some relux, drink coffee 1c in am , OJ every AM , use mints for thirst if no water with me , chocolate anything, poor diet.
    Dr Sofat cardiologist , internist saw me yesterday. Felt the drippage was large part of all symptoms. Suggested salt water gargle..small meals, no eating after 5 or three hours before bed. Suggested Zanax if needed. Pills don't help Viruses.
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