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Large bumps at the roof of mouth towards molars, swollen glands, bile vomiting. Cause of symptoms?

I have two large swellings or bumps on the roof of my mouth (one on each side). The lumps are toward the back of my mouth near my upper molars. I had a sore throat starting two days ago and the soreness and swelling have gotten worse. I also have swollen glands and have been vomiting stomach bile . Any ideas what could be causing my symptoms? Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Hallo Thanks for your query.You had two bumps at the back of your throat. From what you have described it looks like that you have a enlarged inflamed Tonsils, Swollen glands on neck are enlarged lymph nodes secondary to Tonsillitis.Please consult E.N.T specialist.Start taking antibiotics like Ampicillin 500 mg twice a day.along with noninflammatory drugs like combiflam twice daily.
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