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Fleshy bump on uvula, no feel when swallowing. Is it a swollen vein?

i ve had this fleshy flaring bump on my uvula that has come and went for many, many years now, but its the same one that keeps flaring up again. it can take up to a half hour, to a few hours to go away what on earth is it? i can feel it when i swallow , and can definitely toy with it using my tongue . its a little harder than the soft uvula so it stands out, but by no means is it rock solid. something must be triggering it. regardless, is it a swollen vein? i tried to get the sheen of the roundness of it from the light. the image illustrates this quite well. id like to get close and show you the detail (of an arteriole/venule bulging out from the pressure of the protrusion such that it s a noticeable red line.) but poor camera quality doesn t allow.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
reaction to major food protein as slowly it increases
get advise of allergeologist to find the cause by doing blood serum tests for specific antibodies for wheat potato milk and other food you take daily as one of the major proteins start sudden reaction with body proteins causing this
mean while use anti allergic tabs
apply triamsolonbe mouth gel over area before meals
and antacid gel tds after meals
low protein diet lot of water and non oily non spicy non greesy food for few days
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