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Sore throat, swollen glands, fever, white mass in throat. Taking antibiotics. What could be this?

I have been on and off antibiotics for over six months. Very bad Sore throat swollen glands low grade fever come right back thre to four days after medicine is gone I have a white mass( in my throat ) that I can only see when I stick my tounge out and look down in the middle of my throat . Do you know if it Is that suppose to be there?
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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a few things i would like to know, do u have difficulty in swallowing also, and did u take antifungal agents also.
see i think it is a fungal infection of throat probably candidiasis. it usually occurs when our immunity goes down, or a person is on antibiotics for a long time that kills the normal commensal bacteria of throat. so it is advisable that u to go to a throat specialist who will examine, do needful tests and start some antifungal drugs.
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