Complications after angina: how to avoid?

March 23, 2016, 12:55 p.m

Such a banal ill­ness as a sore throat can be very dan­ger­ous, because in just a few weeks it can cause irrepara­ble harm to the body. That’s why you should not ignore a sore throat. At the first symp­toms, com­pe­tent treat­ment should be start­ed in order to pre­vent the devel­op­ment of com­pli­ca­tions.

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With angi­na, the main “vic­tim” of the attack of virus­es and bac­te­ria are the pala­tine ton­sils. Their role is to block and destroy all microbes that enter the oral cav­i­ty and phar­ynx. The causative agents of angi­na can be very diverse, but the most com­mon cul­prits of the dis­ease are var­i­ous types of virus­es, strep­to­coc­ci, staphy­lo­coc­ci, and some types of fun­gi. The ton­sils affect­ed by them become the main breed­ing ground for microbes. Of these, bac­te­ria can spread through­out the body through the blood and lym­phat­ic ves­sels.

Symptoms of angina

Angi­na begins bright­ly: chills, gen­er­al weak­ness, headache, aching joints, sore throat when swal­low­ing. Body tem­per­a­ture dur­ing the day ris­es to 38–40 0C. Appetite and sleep are dis­turbed. Grad­u­al­ly, the inten­si­ty of the pain in the throat also increas­es. At first it caus­es dis­com­fort when swal­low­ing, but then it inten­si­fies and becomes con­stant. On the sec­ond or third day, it is so strong that it hurts even to swal­low sali­va.

Dangerous Complications

With improp­er or incom­plete treat­ment, angi­na can cause seri­ous com­pli­ca­tions. Scar­let fever, rheumat­ic fever, sep­tic arthri­tis, acute glomeru­lonephri­tis (kid­ney com­pli­ca­tion), para­ton­sil­lar abscess is an incom­plete list of dan­ger­ous dis­eases that can devel­op after a sore throat.

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Proper Treatment

Treat­ment of angi­na is impor­tant to start after the first symp­toms. For this, you should con­sult a doc­tor. He will take a swab from the throat and deter­mine the causative agent of the dis­ease. Only know­ing the true cul­prit of angi­na, you can assign an effec­tive “weapon” to elim­i­nate it. For exam­ple, if virus­es have become the cause of the dis­ease, then antibi­otics will be pow­er­less. If the doc­tor still pre­scribes a course of antibi­ot­ic ther­a­py, be sure to drink it to the end!

Nat­ur­al prepa­ra­tions can also help in the treat­ment of angi­na. Well proven, for exam­ple, the Ger­man nat­ur­al drug Ton­silotren, which has been used to treat ton­sil­li­tis and chron­ic ton­sil­li­tis for more than 80 years. It relieves inflam­ma­tion and stim­u­lates the body’s own defense mech­a­nisms for viral and bac­te­r­i­al infec­tions of the phar­ynx at dif­fer­ent stages of inflam­ma­tion. Ton­silotren relieves inflam­ma­tion and restores the pro­tec­tive func­tion of the ton­sils, reduces their vol­ume. With angi­na, Ton­silotren helps to cleanse the lacu­nae of the ton­sils from plugs and pus, relieves inflam­ma­tion of the lymph nodes. It is also impor­tant that in addi­tion to the treat­ment of throat dis­eases, the drug con­tributes to the nor­mal­iza­tion of the immu­ni­ty of the whole organ­ism as a whole and pre­vents recur­rent dis­eases. The effec­tive­ness and good tol­er­a­bil­i­ty of Ton­silotren have been con­firmed by numer­ous clin­i­cal stud­ies.

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