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17 year old daughter is experiencing the feeling of a

17 year old daughter is experiencing the feeling of a lump in her throat. When she swallows she feels like there is a lump. She has been tested recently for strep and mono - both were negative. She previously described it as a sore throat but says it is more like there is something in the back of her throat when she swallows.
Fri, 9 Nov 2018
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