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Raised clear bumps at the back of throat, raspy cough, runny nose, bright green mucus. Treatment required?

my son and i both have raised clear bumps at the back of our throat our throughs both hurt as well. He has a verry raspy cough runny nose that is brighter green in color. there is no smoking in this house of any kind and we don t have any alergies. should i take him to see a doctor? as well the other 2 children are sick with the same thing he just seems a little worse. thanks
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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good evening, by the symptoms u have mentioned , u both may be suffering from pharyngitis/ tonsiltis which is of acute onset in nature. it is better to see a doctor and start the treatment as soon as possible as it may spread to other members of the family especially children , and the time taken for recovery will be very late without the doctors care.
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