sore throatI had a very bad cold about a month ago,With a very bad cough the cold has gone but my throat is still sore it feels raw and when i take a flashlight i see white and red spots in the back is it possible i have irrated it i did a strep way back it came back neg but i had just gotten of antibiotics for something else so maybe it didnt show any info would be great It Has been worring me maybe the ceaser mix has been agervating it and acidy foods
saraann on 2010-04-23
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