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Chronic pharyngitis, huge lump on right tonsil, blisters behind throat, headaches. Treatment?

hi Dr.XXXXXX, I have chronic pharyngitis and the right side tonsil is a huge lump almost covering half of my throat. I have abberations and blister like anamolies on the the back side of my mouth and see veins and scratch like marks all over. i get headaches also and the upper side of my eyebrows is swollen and i cant breath as well. Please advise
Asked On : Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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You might be having nasal disease like the post nasal dripping of infected fluid behind.
This infected fluid may cause infection and throat irritation .
You need to consult an ent specialist and get examined and if required get done ct scan nose and paranasal sinuses to rule out for the disease.
You may require a antibiotic, decongestant anti inflammatory
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Answered: Thu, 14 Nov 2013
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