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Roof of mouth is discolored. Have swelling near throat and bumps on tongue. Mouth Cancer?

The roof of my mouth is white and discolored with kind of a yellow tint. close to my throat is red and a bit swollen and my tongue is kind of white with bumps close to my throat and one or two on the sides. it also is sore and seems to be kind of splitting. under my tongue there is also bumps and seems to be slightly swollen. is this mouth cancer?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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hai, thanks for your query, the symptoms you have explained suggests you might be having some sort of oral candidal infection. if you are having any of these habits such as smoking , chewing paan , then you should go for a complete oral check up and if necessary a biopsy must also be done. antibiotics and mouth gargling with betadine solution , and a nutritional diet will help.
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