Laryngitis

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Can std’s cause of chronic laryngitis

Steroid in rare occasions cause the ailment. When asthma inhalers with steroids are used regularly, it can prove to be one of the causes of laryngitis and this happens only in people whoa re allergic to this. Alternatives can be taken after consulting with your doctor

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:18 pm

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What is the laryngitis

Laryngitis is the irritation or the inflammation of the larynx. Since vocal chords are in the larynx, you might undergo breakage or damage of voice when you have this ailment. Emergency signs necessitate doctors attention

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:17 pm

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How to treat laryngitis in a toddler

In kids, ensure that there is no drooling beyond limits. Keep the kid out of acid reflux. Let your kid not shout and talk out aloud. Ask her to speak softly. Let her not clear her throat often and let her be in humid air. Allow her to take lot of fluids and this can aid in quick recovery

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:15 pm

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Do you have to watch what you eat when having laryngitis

Eating food items that do not inflame the larynx further is very vital. Caffeine and alcohol can worsen the situation. Smoke can prove to be dangerous too. Anything that irritates the throat should be avoided

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:14 pm

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Laryngitis help

Home treatment has been reported to be very effective. Don’t irritate the larynx further. Don’t shout or talk aloud. Whispering does not help. Speak softly and rest your voice. Have fluids and chew lozenges to keep your throat wet. Stay out of smoke and this can help

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:12 pm

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How to get over laryngitis

Getting over it with home treatment is very much possible. Ensure that the air you breathe is humid. Stay out of allergic toxins. Chew lozenges and let the air around you to be very humid. All this can help in quickly getting over it

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:10 pm

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How do you take care of chronic laryngitis

Self care is the first best care for chronic laryngitis. Corticosteroids as per the advice of your doctor can also help. Staying away from acid reflux, allergens and resting your voice can help with quick recovery

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:09 pm

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What do about laryngitis

The best option is to opt for home care. Stay away from allergens and alcohol intake. Chewing lozenges, resting your voice and taking fluids can help. Humidify the air around and this can soothe the throat. Avoid talking loudly and stop clearing your throat. The inflammation would disappear in a few days

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:08 pm

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I have laryngitis and fever

If you have the infection and if you are otherwise healthy, you need not worry. The infection is likely to go off in a couple of weeks. You can rest your voice and take fluids. Chew gums and lozenges. Don’t try clearing your throat since that might irritate the larynx further

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:07 pm

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What antibiotics treat laryngitis

Usually, for viral infections, antibiotics would not offer any benefit. Still, to alleviate symptoms like fever and aches associated with laryngitis, you can take Tylenol, ibuprofen and acetaminophen. However, if it prolongs, corticosteroids, specific antibiotics, acid reflux medications can help

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Posted by roman - March 9, 2010 at 8:05 pm

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