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Had sore throat and difficulty in swallowing. Infection reoccurring?

Many times I've had sore throat and hard time swallowing on the right side. It started 30yrs ago after wisdom tooth removal. I've had jaw x-rayed for alignment, it's fine. I think it's infection, but how can I keep it from reoccuring? Is there a super antibody that would rid it from my body? What gland is it? If I put pressure on my inner ear, it lessens the pain, and jaw will open further..........thank you
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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thanks for your question....
just search for any swellings on both sides of neck just below jaw (Jugulodigastric lymphadenitis), if it feels that means its a chronic tonsillitis like picture, consult your ENT surgeon and if it turn out to be a chronic tonsillitis then get operated for tonsillectomy. Thanking you
Answered: Mon, 15 Jul 2013
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