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Visible red veins at the back of the throat, inflamed. Tonsils removed. What to do ?

Hi, I have looked in the mirror with a torch an looked at the back of my throat , I have recognised visible red veins theyre in the back of my throat and near my uvela. Ive had my tonsols removed and it isnt painful I thinkkbits because of mucus in my throat, what can I do to restrict it and make the inflammmation go down? Please try to calm my nerves done, I have anxiety and a fear of cancer so I need to be reassured.
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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be assure it is not cancer and cancer does not have these symptomps
we avoid these days tonsillectomies
i think you re suffering from chronic sinusitis and the post nasal rip of sinuses causing the problems of inflamation and congestion
you need to get xray pns waters view and consult ent doctor to treat sinuses whichwill clear the problems
for meantime you can clear by anti biotics anti allergics local applications and local antiseptic gargles
Answered: Thu, 22 Aug 2013
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