From your description, I assume that you suffering a burnt throat.
From Yahoo Answers:
The tissues of the mouth and esophagus are very tender and easily
damaged. It would take something VERY hot to have damaged the Mucoid
Lining to the point it still hurts 24 hours later. You must've been
eating something greasy or sticky if you couldn't clear it out.
Regardless, here's what you need to do:
Sip on cool fluids - preferably one that has the same saline content
as your body. (.9%) That' the equivalent of one tsp of salt to one cup
of water. The salt won't burn since it is exactly the same as your
body's normal state. You can choose fluids such as cool Gatorade or
Sports drink. Avoid acidic drinks such as o.j. You can also suck on
lollipops or hard candy to maintain moistness in your mouth.
Use Chloraseptic or other Anesthetic lozenges to suck on, or use the
same product in spray form to numb the burning. DON'T exceed the
recommended amount as this can cause problems, as can any med when you
overdo it. You can 'stretch' the lozenges by only sucking on them to
the point you get relief, then take out the lozenge and save it until
the pain returns - then continue with the used lozenge until it's
gone. You can make one lozenge last for 2-3 times as long, which is
good as you should only use one lozenge every 4 hrs.
Take medication such as tylenol/acetominophen or
advil/motrin/ibuprofen - NEVER exceeding the absolute maximum dose of
100mg/hr. If you use Aleve/naproxen then it is 200mg in the am//pm.
Those dosages are for SEVERE pain- otherwise stay with the lower
dosage in the package directions.
Take the medications around the clock. You may find it works better to
use liquid Tylenol or Advil and roll the liquid med in your mouth and
let it trickle down your throat - the tissues of the mouth absorb the
medication . You can even dilute the medication with some water and
gargle with it.
Avoid all solid food for a few days- at least for 24 hours after the
pain stops. Stay with liquid or very soft foods non-acidic nutrition.
If you eat or drink anything with a milk base then rinse your mouth
and throat afterwards to remove the milk residue.
Put a vaporizer or cool mist humidifier in your room tonight. The
moist air is easier on your oral tissues as you are sleeping.
The good news is these tissues DO heal rapidly. Even extensive or bad
first degree burns can resolve in less than 48 hours. If the burns had
been more serious you would not be able to swallow at all. (first
degree burns are only a layer deep. Second degree burns leave
blisters, and third degree burns are so deep damage is through to the
deep tissues and leaves blackened and charred skin - unlikely from
food you ate. However, first degree burns hurt WORSE than third degree
burns as the nerves are busy transmitting pain in first degree burns
and in third the nerves are destroyed.
Go cool down some sports drink and start sipping. Keep some on ice
(but not frozen) at your bedside tonight. You should wake up tomorrow
feeling a lot better.