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White pus pockets at back of throat. Cause?

Hi, I m 16 years old. Ever since the end of October I ve been getting white puss pockets in the back of my throat Im a smoker, but not too frequently. I had gone to see a doctor every time, & they tell me it isn t strep . They but me on strong abibiotocs each time. I still have my toncils. I was just wondering what could be causing this?
Asked On : Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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HI I am Dr A.K.Srivastava (E.N.T.specialist) have gone through your mail,I am suspecting that you are either having tonsilar cyst or any other chronic suppurative lesion of pharynx which will be confirm by complete examination of throat and some investigations like culture and sensitivity of throat swab so it will be advisable to consult your E.N.T.Doctor for better care.I hope your quaries are now clear to you,if still anything is not clear you may consult this site again.Thanks.
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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