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Sore throat, hard flap of tissue on left side of throat causing a pit. What could it be?

hi, I ve had a sore throat for the last 4/5 days and i put my finger down my throat to pinpoint where the pain was coming from when i noticed a hard flap of tissue which is only on the left side of my throat, as i run my finger along the ridge of this tissue it leads to a pit, a V section. The pain in my throat is coming from this tissue, any indication as to what this tissue is would be much appreciated, thanks.
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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THIS IS POST NASAL DRIP OF SINUSITIS OR REFLUX OESOPHAGITIS
YOU GET DIAGOSED FOR SINUSES GETTING XRAY PNS WATERS VIEW DONE
THE DRIPPING AND REFLUX CAUSES THE TISSUE TO SWLL AND GIVE THIS TYPE OF SYMPTOMPS
AT THE TIME TAKE METROGYL 20 MGM TWICE A DAY
CAP MOZA PLUS EMPTY STOMACH
TAB FLUNARAZINE 5 MGM AT NIGHT
SYP MUCAINE GEL 2 TSF TDS
TAKE TAB FEXOFENADINE 120 MGM ONCE DAILY
TAB DICLOFENIC SOS FOR PAIN
DO FOR 2 WEEL AND POST AFTER RESULTS
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