Sore lump at back of throat near where tonsils used to be
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Have white lump on back of throat. No inflammation. Suggestions?
Hello, I have a white lump in the back of my throat on the left side right where my throat meets my left tonsil . It is big and white and look similar to a piece of chewed white gum on the back of my throat. It is immovable so I assume it is in the tissue . I just noticed it now but I have been...
Sore throat. Tonsils removed, lump near the same place. Treatment ?
I had my tonsils removed when i was 16 years old. I have recently been having sore throats and noticed that there is a lump where my tonsils used to be. I remember my tonsils having a duct, the same type of thing is at the back of my throat on the right side. I am not sure if it is my tonsil and...
What is the diagnosis of redness with bumps on back of throat?
The back of my throat, especially the skin over my tonsils look very red but my throat doesnt feel sore and i have no other symptoms. When i look with a torch you can see tiny little bumps at the back going up on to my palette and tiny red veins are visible. My doctor says it is normal but im not...
Thanks for asking the query,
Sore throat is most commonly caused by Bacterial and viral infections like cold, streptococcal infections, tonsillitis, allergies, gasterointestinal reflux disease (GERD),heart burn, acidity, injury at the back of the throat.
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I just had a blood test and i have a massive lump where the teat was taken and its all red is this ok or should i worry?
It needs medical attention.... Report back to your doctor.
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Had sore throat 4 weeks, red and veiny one white ish abscess on each tonsil. Had amoxicillin no effect. Cough after eating. No weightloss or fever some dizzines
hello and thanks for the question. This could possibly be viral in origin. This is especially true since amoxicillin had no affect I would continue aggressive supportive measures including hydration. Ibuprofen would be a good idea and warm salt water rinses of the back of the mouth. Make sure you do not swallow the salt water. If symptoms persist you should talk to your primary care doc
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