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Deman and sore throat

Answered by: Dr Ramzdhan

Last Updated: March 5, 2020 6:34 AM
Anonymous 9 months

Hi Doctor, says lelaki 41 y/o. No travel history in the last 2 months. Developed sore throats symptoms in last 2 week but no fever nor pain. No visit doctor but just took vitamin and drinking more plain water. Yesterday fever came in afternoon. Went to GP for check. Lung clear and given antibiotics, paracetamol and throats medicine. Last 1 weeks, frequent visits to Hospital Columbia Asia Balakong and Hospital Pantai Cheras. Should I worried about my symptoms? When do I need to go for test? Thanks

Dr Ramzdhan 9 months
General Practitioner

Greetings, thank you for your question.

Based on the above information, we understand your concern about the problem you’re having. There are many reasons that can contribute to sore throat and fever.

  • viral infection
  • bacterial infection
  • tonsilitis
  • trauma (chocking)
  • COVID-19

Before that, you can answer a simple quiz to assess your risk (Assess Your Risk Here).
If you think you have one of COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath) you are advised to get it check as we need an objective value to reassess the symptoms. You can visit the nearest government clinic to you. There will be an isolated area for patient with suspected COVID19

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