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another case of white bumps in back of throat

i have white bumps in the back of my throat, it just occurred a couple of days ago. at first i thought i was catching a cold because for one i have a sore throat, my ears hurt and my nose is kind of stuffy. i tried using cough medicine and cough drops until i felt pain - its painful to swallow. so yesterday i looked in the mirror and i saw white little white bumps in my throat. i am so scared. but i am going to the doctor this friday.i also just had hives for about a week recently. and also i have loss of appetite
  honisuckle1 on 2005-07-12
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Years back I had reccurent same broblem. As far I can remeber doc daignosed it as tonslitis. Those were on the sides and I could spot them in mirror with torch. I took antibiotics and got relief. But these patches reappear after 6-8 weeks. Ultimately doc gave antibiotics for very long period and these were permanently cured.

As far homeopathy I think Hepar sulph may help you if other symtoms match.

wahijs last decade
is it contagious
honisuckle1 last decade
but they are not on my tonsils they're in the back of my throat now they look like something else
honisuckle1 last decade
sounds like strep throat...have your doctor check those. tonsil stones (generic name) or tonsilloliths (medical name) is when bacterial is excreted from the crypts in the tonsils themselves....its different and either way you should have them checked but what you are describing sounds like strep. You didn't accurately describe tonsilloliths. See your doctor :) good luck
ENTbound last decade
Hello Everyone,

I have made a post here maybe a year ago, and after constantly investigating I have found what really happened to me and what caused the White/Yellow Stinky Bumps to be ejected from my throat.

I hope that this information possibly helps someone with this and that they can find a cure for them.


It all started one morning about 2 years when I woke up and ejected the yellow piece, I put it on a piece of paper, smashed it and man the odor was so bad.
I thought what the heck...It was happening sometimes once a week sometimes twice a week. I dont know why but there was no particular pattern.

Well, I usually am good about my moth hygiene and flossing, but there was a crown put it my mouth about 4 years ago that was covering the tooth. Every time I flossed arround that tooth, the odor on the FLOSS would be the similar if not the SAME as the white bumps that I sometimes eject from the back of my throat.

I went to my Dentist and told him to chech out the tooth, he said that the crown was a little bit cracked but it was still good on the tooth. the dentist gave me some Colgate mouthwash to use for 2 weeks to see if that will improve the odor, but no it did not.

I went back to my dentist and told him that I want him to put a new crown in place and he agreed.

I currently have a temp crown for two weeks now, I am waiting on my other crown to be finished and fitted.

I went this morning to the dentist and he said that the tissue arround that teeth is doing much better. And I asked him what happened, he said:' The crown made by the previous dentist was not seated very good, and when it cracked a bit, it was trapping some food making it to cause bacteria.'

Then I connected the two...

I have not have any white bumps since my old crown was taken off, and I am so happy.

If you have any crowns in your mouth, try flossing arround and see if you start to bleed and if you can smell the bad odor. If so, go to your dentist and have him check the crown(s) that might be your solution for the problem that is causing the WHITE BUMPS in your throat.

Thank you for reading...

hhalilovic last decade

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