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White patches on the tonsil, have pain. Swollen lymph nodes. History of chlamydia. Are these related?

I have white flat patches on the left side of my back cheeck by my tonsil. My tonsil hurts just a little bit no patches or white spots on tonsil but my throat does hurt when I swallow but nothing that is bothering. My left side of my neck does hurt as if my limp node is swollen when I touch it it hurts or when I wake up in the morning. I did give my husband unprotected oral about 3 weeks ago and went to the doctors due to pelvic pain to find out I had chlamydia:( which was diagnosed with pid.i was treated for that but then noticed those patches and sore throat can this be anything I need to go to doctors for as well as it gives me really bad headaches. I have no puss on tonsils just white flat patches on the left side cheeck right by tonsils. Any advice would help on what may be causing this
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
TREATMENT TAKEN FOR CLAMYDIA MIGHT GAVE TO GERD
IN WHICH ACID COMES OUT OF STOMACH BACK IN THE THROAT AND CAUSES INFLAMATION AND SWELING OF OESOPHAGUS LEADING TO THE SYMPTOMPS WRITTEN BY YOU
AND THE HALF DIGESTED FOOD COMES UP AND THE CXHEESY MATERIALS DEPOSIT IN CRYPTS OF TONSILS CAUSING THE PROBLEMS YOU HAVE WRITTEN
TAKE ANTIALLERGIC TAB ONCE A DAY
PPI AGENT EMTY STOMACH BEFORE MEAL TO PREVENT ACID COMIONG OUT IN MOUTH THROUGH OESOPHAGUS
ADD LIQUID ANTACID TDS
APPLY TRIAMSOLONE MOUTH PAINT OVR THE MOUTH STRUCTURES LIKE TONSIL UVULA BACK OF TONGUE AND PALATE BEFORE EVERY MEALS
LOCAL ANTISEPTIC GARGLES AFTER MEALS
CONTINUE 3 WEEK FOR FULL RESULTS
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