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Continuous sore throat in mornings, recurring small red bumps on the soft palate. Cause?

Hi I have a question about a sore throat problem for the ladt 2 months I have been having a sore throat every nor ING since the beginning of April and at first I had small red bumps on the soft palate of my mouth but they went away and now they re back and I went to the doctor in April and she said it was from nasal drip but its been going on for a long time now and I m very worried. What could it be?
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

The chances of it being a bacterial infections is more , specially ones like streptococcus.

I would ask you to get Atistreptolysin O test done, which confirms the fact and you can be placed on specific treatment for the same.

Do gargle with antiseptic solution like CHLORHEXIDINE twice daily for a week to contain the infections in any.
Answered: Sun, 27 May 2012
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