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Pain in the throat, white patch, hurts while swallowing. What could it be?

i havent had strep since i got my tonsils removed 6 years ago but today i felt a pain in the throat . i went home and looked and its like a grayish white big patch. it does hurt but it does not at all feel like strep and i have no iddea swallowing it more so feel s like someones pushing on the spot, it feels like pressure and had got worse and more constant as the day went by and i want to know what it is.
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Actually this is called kapharaktaj pittika in mouth / throat.This is related with stomach dysfunction (not easily recognized at this stage without nadi chikitsa).

The best remedy for this is "tallisadi churna"/ "sitopalladi churna" thrice daily with warm puffed rice water.This will give you 101% result. This is a very common symptom found now a days treated well with these medicines successfully.
Answered: Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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