I always had a strong immunity. When everyone was sick, the infection avoided me. But being pregnant a second time, from the second month of this beautiful period, my angina began to overcome me.
It so happened that the trip to the kindergarten coincided with the first trimester of my pregnancy. His adaptation directly affected me. All the sores that he picked up in the garden were transmitted to me.
Against the background of chronic tonsillitis, the throat ached constantly. Doctors as one diagnosed purulent tonsillitis, which is usually treated with antibiotics. I resorted to antibiotic therapy more than once during this pregnancy, but this is another story.
I would like to talk about how to treat angina during pregnancy. Which of them are the most effective, and which of them cannot cope even with slight hints of a seemingly not complicated disease.
Aqualore. Promoted advertising of this drug (I would just call it sea water) encourages many to buy it. I use Aqualore for my child, so to speak, for cleansing the nose, but not as a medicine or even a prophylactic drug. I have to say, its use in angina is completely meaningless. I’m not talking about using colds for milder forms, but talking about sore throat.
Furacilin. Beautiful and cheap furatsilina tablets, diluted with water, can cope with the disease in its early pores. You just need to catch this moment and not run the sore throat. A six-rash rinse on the first day of illness can quickly kill vermin in the throat. I pushed one furatsilina tablet and diluted it with a glass of water. Using a small rubber pear regularly rinsed throat.
Iodine, salt, soda, water. These four components are used by many people in the treatment of angina. However, many doctors CATEGORICALLY prohibit their use during this disease. There are reasons for this.
I tried to gargle with this solution, it did not help me.
I want to separately say about soda. In the event of a plaque on the throat during sore throat, wrap cotton wool on a stick or pencil, dip it in a concentrated soda solution and wipe the throat. It helps when running angina. I was given such advice by a pediatrician.
Chlorophyllipt and sodium chloride (saline). I learned about this method of treatment quite recently. I found out when I visited an ENT doctor and gave unthinkable money for washing my throat. She was forced to do this, since, having been twice treated with antibiotics during the third and fourth months of pregnancy, she could not use them for the third time, and her angina was not amenable to any of the above treatment methods.
Pregnant women know that by asking the pharmacist at the pharmacy for something from the throat, only Aqualor will advise them. Nothing more is impossible.
On the fifth washing procedure, I discovered that the doctor was using the solution. He mixed chlorophyllipt (thick green solution) with warm saline and added metranidozol (with angina running), which served as a local antibiotic. Maybe not an antibiotic, I am not an expert in this, but it was possible to use it, since it acted topically without penetrating the blood.
I remembered this recipe. Such a solution really helps. I treat my two-year-old child during sore throats and colds. I also wash my throat with a small pear.
Recipe: 1 tablespoon chlorophyllipt per 50 ml of saline. If necessary, ½ metranidozol crush and add to the solution. It is necessary to rinse instantly, the solution coagulates for a couple of minutes.
Sage. Steamed sage grass perfectly helps the sore throat, relieves redness and restores it after a sore throat. I alternately rinsed my throat with sage solution along with the above solution.
Lugol. At the same ENT doctor, I learned what Lugol is. The thing is unpleasant, but very effective! Helps immediately after the first application. The doctor smeared my throat, also wrapping cotton on a stick and dipping it into the solution. This should be done carefully and only 2 times a day, no more. You can get a chemical throat burn.
Pharmacies sell Lugol spray. He helped me out during subsequent exacerbations. It is contraindicated in pregnant women, as many say (in my opinion also indicated in the instructions). BUT, it is based on iodine and potassium iodide, which during pregnancy will not cause harm. Just at the time of using the spray, I stopped drinking yodmarin. The doctor convinced me that it can be used during pregnancy, since it acts topically and does not contain any chemistry, like hexoral, etc.
So today, only them and save. I resist angina Lugol at the very first signs of it. I treat them for a child (2 years). The husband grew up on Lugol from early childhood and is generally distinguished by excellent health. So, having determined that you are ready to use my methods, you are being treated for health.
Notice. A wonderful antiviral drug of natural origin, which is allowed during pregnancy, is Hyporamine. Pleasant sea buckthorn pills are used during colds and allowed for any period of pregnancy.
When the cough appears, pepper patches are excellent. Glue them to the chest area, but in no case on the throat. There is a thyroid gland.
I wish you never hurt anyone!