The patients report the lack of appetite. Not only food calls a desire to vomit; the person does not feel thirst as well, and it is rather dangerous, as the body requires even more water than regularly. The loss of appetite is usually associated with the itchy, painful feelings in throat. A tiny weight loss is the logical outcome of this symptom. After taking prescribed medication such as antibiotics, the person will soon return to the normal regime and eating habits.

Patients all feel pain down the neck. The throat ache causes too much discomfort and other related symptoms. The ache will expand from the top of your throat down the neck and chest. A patient will feel like someone is scratching his throat. There is no easy or quick way to reduce the pain. A healthcare professional can offer some relevant medications to ease the pain – do not decide on your own!