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White lump in mouth, swollen tonsils, continuous sick feeling and tiredness. What could the cause be?

I have a white lump on the left side in my mouth not on the tonsils are always swollen. I went to a new dentist the other day and he commented on how swollen my tonsils were and how I needed to get medical help, I told him that I have gone repeatedly to get checked and my HMO says I am fine even though I am always feeling sick and very tired. Any ideas???
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
tonsils are not any problem
we donot operate them now a days
the extra growth you are feeling of uvulitis
the uvula enlarges and swels leading to problems
do following investigation to make diagnosis
xray pns waters view for sinuses
i thing you will findsinusitis which explains the symptomps written by you
get and treat sinises first then allergies
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