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Inflamed red throat, clear x-ray of sinus, taken amoxicylin, ibuprofen and omeprazol. Dysplasia?

Thank you and hi! I developed an inflamed red throat in the last few months i.e. since end january. GP prescribed amoxicylin, ibuprofen and also omeprazol. Took all for 8 days as antibiotic course needed finishing. However, the throat didn t clear. Also, had an xray of sinuses which came back clear. The throat persisted and gone worse. I had a number of changes at the same time, location (local alergies maybe?), there is also a fire place here giving off a musty smell that irritates me, a partner from no partner (possible virus maybe?), diet changes ( acid reflux resulting?) etc. It is not bacterial as i had no fever etc symptoms and the fact that it stayed for so long is a worry. Is it dysplasia , could it be precancerous? I am unemployed and dependent here on my partner totally, no finances available here of my own :(
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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nothing to worry like cancer, dysphagia in young age can be due to many other problems that can be cured totally. Initially acute pharangitis should be cured fully. It can be viral also. It will take its own course to cure. a course of (8days)antibiotics is sufficient for bacterial infection
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