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Small red spot with white center in uvula, swollen throat. Any ideas?

I have a small spot on my uvula, red with a small spot of white in the center. Also, when looking in the mirror on the right hand side I notice a small growth that is pink in color just like the rest of my mouth. I have been struggling with what I think is acid reflux and am wondering if that is the cause of the spot? Also, feels like my throat is swollen and like a piece of apple skin is stuck in my throat. What might be going on?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
these are al symptomps of reflux oesophagitis
as the acid comes up in oesophagus and mouth it behaves as normal acid and causes problems like this
need to control acid
can add antacid tab empty stomach in morning
and also liquid antacid after every meal
non spicy non oily non spicy food
lot of water
to clear mouth lesions apply triamsolone mouth paint tds
continue long and find the cause of reflux and treat accordingly
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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