I had a friend who is a nurse who took a scope and looked into my ear which I have had several ear infections in the past. She is unable to see my eardrum and says she can see tiny whitespots. Should I ...
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I have a sore throat and pain in my ears. My tonsils are swollen with whitespots. Does not feel like strep. Can you have white on tonsils without an infection?
From what you are saing it seems like tonsillitis. You should go first to your doctor.
Yes it is possible to have whitespots without infection.
Best regards dr. Benardi
What are whitespots on the brain?
I guess you are referring about the CT scan image / MRI image, the whitespot can symbolizes a calcification/ calcium deposition in that part of BRAIN.
Hope it helps to answer you question.
getting whitespots on fore head
Whitespots on your face is a more common problem than you think. Causes vary from yeast infection to vitiligo or leucoderma. Before you can properly treat the whitespots you have to establish the causes behind them. In some cases, the whitespots on your skin are surrounded by white-colored rings, which could be due to environmental factors, stress or hormonal imbalance. Thanks for coming to HCM
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