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White at the back of throat. Is it an infected stone?

i have something white in the back of my throat . My doctor said it was tonsil stones stuck in the pockets of my tonsils. And he was right for the right side. But on the left tonsil there is something that is white and looks different and if i use a q-tip I can lift it up a little. Is it an infected stone? My doctor just told me to rinse with 1 part Hydro Peroxide to 3 parts water. But I don t think that s going to fix the left side. Any ideas?
Asked On : Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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it is reflu oesophagitis
the acid comes up and undigested material stucks in tonsils
it can also be associated with post nasal drip of sinuses
you start tab metrogyl 200 mgm twice a day
tab allegra 120 mgm daily
cap moza plus once empty stomach
syp mucaine gel 2 tsf tds
hexidine mouth wash after every meals
this will fix problem when you do course for 3 week
gey xray pns and ultrasound abdomen and post again for next step
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