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Whiteness in back of throat, had oral sex. What is it?

I tend to get tonsil stones frequently, but I was worried something else was going on. The other day, Friday, I gave oral sex to my new boyfriend. Due to lack of prior communication he finished in my mouth. I did not swollow it, but now, days later, I noticed this white in the back of my throat where the tonsil stones usually are. This time, however, it is not the stones that are balled up and coming out, it is moreof a mucus . Tis the changing season or something else?
Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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hello madam you are are right place you will get answer and consultation for your ailment.
as per you said its oral candidiasis.its a fungal infection.
some anifungal medication help you to get relief from it.
please avoid oral sex and spicy food til it get recover.
consult me ii will tell ou medication in detail.use some ayurved preparation for gargle and to make oral mucosa intact.some oil are very effective in this case for kaval dharan and gargle.
dont take any antibiotic that worsen the condition.
have a nice day tc
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