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Constant itch between throat and ears, white solid discharge from throat. Tonsil stones?

I constantly get an itch between my throat and ears. The only way to clear the itch is to waggle my finger in my ear whilst making the noise in my throat that a kid would do if they wanted to yock up a big spit. Lately when I do this a get a tiny white solid discharge from my throat which stinks. I have recently read about tonsil stones - could it be that?
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Hello I am Dr Ravinder Sharma ENT surgeon
On the basis of information provided it appears that you have eustachian tube block and possibly allergic pharyngitis. The whitish discharge appears to be mucus plug from the sinuses or throat.
This is not the presentation od tonsilolith. I would advise you for a ENT consultation , nasal endoscopy and nasopharyngocopy
I hope this answers your concerns. Feel free to contact me if your need more information on this

With warm regards

Ravinder Sharma
Answered: Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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