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Suffering from cryptic tonsils, lump on adenoid. How to get relief?

I am 30 year old female who went to see ENT due to fullness in throat an enlarged tonsil . He said it was nothing other than cryptic tonsils that continue to become infected. Since then I have a small bump/lump on the side of my adenoid in the nasopharynx area. I can feel everything in my throat with my tongue which is not great when you are a hypochondriac. Anyhow I was told I wad a healthy mother of two with no risk factors but no official test were run and bump is still there. There are no symptoms or pain associated with the bump but I feel it and its still there.
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Please dont worry as the bump will be there for sometime , maybe even months and you dont have to worry till it increases in size or you develop recurrent fever or you develop difficulty in swallowing. please gargle with warm salt water 2-3 times a day , you will be fine!
Take care
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