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Lump on tonsil, no bad taste in mouth, taken antibiotics

Hi there. I have a lump on my right tonsil that is grey in colour with a black centre. It started off a few months ago as a white lump behind the tonsil tissue . I do suffer from tonsilithes but this time I have no bad taste in my mouth. When I swab the lump however with a cotton bud, it is a bit smelly. I have been on a course of antibiotics for the last week but no improvement. My GP has no idea what it is nor has he referred me. I m worried, he is not. Although he admits he has never seen anything like it before! Please help..
Asked On : Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
I HAVE SEEN MANY CASES LIKE THIS
DUE TO CHRONIC INFECTIONS THIS CAN HAPPEN
AND IF THERE IS ADDED STOMACH INFECTION THE REFLUX OF ACID DUES THE SAME AND AGGRAVATES
I ADVISE TO TAKE
TAB MERTROGYL 200 MGM 2 WEEKTAB CLERITIN 10 MGM NIGHT
CAP OMEPERTAZLE IN MORNING
SYP MUCANE GEL2 TSF TDS
BETADINE GARGLES AT NIGHT
YOU WILL GET RELIEF IN 2 - 3 WEEK
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