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Smoking, alcohol addiction, blister in the throat, no pain. What could this be?

Hi I m a 23 yr old female that smokes 1 1/2 pack of cigarettes and drink excessively as of recently. I noticed today that my uvula had a white color in a circular shape. Also on the wall of my throat I noticed a growth pinkish in color yet clearish as if it is translucent. The growth is firm yet moveable but no pain is associated with either. My throat has been irritated for the past several weeks and I ve associated this with my excessive drinking and smoking . The growth is similar looking to a blister .
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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Hi Dear thanks for your question,you are smoking and drinking alcohol excessively and has blister in the throat ,Dear your right that, this is due to heavy smoking and drinking alcohol,the blister which your mentioned could be a simple chronic inflammation of throat or it could be a malignant one ,your advised to consult some ENT SURGEON and get the swelling biopsied to rule out malignancy and establish the cause of the swelling .Mean while your advised to abstain from both these addiction.
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