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My throat is streches more what can it be ?

hi I look at my throat the other day and noticed I have two cuts in the back of my throat on the side of my tonsils not on them i have no pain but the more i keep opening my mouth and looking at the back my throat is streches more what can it be and how did it happen
Asked On : Thu, 20 Jan 2011
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no symptoms besides alil dry throat, it wasnt like in my throat i should have said the back of my mouth close to the throat by beside the little dangling thing. Theres one on each side of the walls beside the dangling thing where it look like its cut, and the more i opened my mouth the more it streched wider and higher to the top of my mouth.
i would go to the doctor but i have no insurance
Answered: Mon, 24 Jan 2011
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The little dangling thing is known as UVULA which is a part of your throat and the surface behind the tongue is a bit irregular in shape, so it may seem like a cut to you, at both sides. Its the anatomy of mouth and upper throat.
If you are worried so much y not visit a doctor and put an end to this . I am sure there is nothing to be concerned.
Answered: Tue, 25 Jan 2011
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