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Have sore throat. Noticed blisters on the side of uvula. Not cured by antibiotic. Do I have cancer?

ABOUT A WEEK AGO i WOKE UP WITH A SORE THROAT . WHEN I LOOKED IN MY THROAT i HAVE A LARGE BLISTER ON THE SIDE OF UVULA . THIS CONTINUED FOR A DAY OR SO AND MY EAR STARTED TO HURT. I CALLED THE DOCTOR AND SHE CALLED IN 5 DAY PACKAGE OF ANTIBOTICS. THEY ARE NOT HELPING AND THE BLISTER HAS TURNED INTO SOMETHING THAT LOOKS LIKE A SKIN TAG AT THE BACK OF MY THROAT. AND MY THROAT IS STILL SORE ....... I AM A 52 YR OLD SMOKER. dO I HAVE CANCER?
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Hi there,
If i was your doctor i would have liked to examine your throat carefully. Secondly i would have liked to perform FNAC on the blister on the side of uvula that u mentioned. Only on the histology report we can say for sure if you are suffering from cancer or not.
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Dr. Ammar
Answered: Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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