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Sore/Burning Tonsils

Last night I felt a pain in my tonsils, so I got the flashlight and looked. My right tonsil looks like it may have a hole in it. It looks like it's where a creator in my tonsil should be. Then tonight I felt a burning pain in my left tonsil while drinking Mt. Dew. I am worried what this is because I could've sworn there is a hole in my right tonsil. The right one looks normal in shape, but the left one looks weird, and looks like it has red raised places on it, possibly bumps. I didn't start feeling pain until after I went to a movie with friends and drank after 2 of them.
What could this be?
I usually get sore throats more than once a month, even strep throat more than once a month.But this is different.
Thank you.
 
  imme18 on 2005-09-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You have a fairly serious problem , and should stop ALL alcohol.

Probably an ulcer and may yeild to Merc 30 twice a day for 7 days .
 
walkin last decade
Alcohol? I don't drink alcohol...?

Maybe I should mention I've had an earache for about a month, and it comes and goes. So I see no reason to go to the doctor. I thought it was just my sinuses because I was sick about 2 weeks ago with sinus problems.
 
imme18 last decade
i would try merc 30c as advised and get yourself checked out by your doctor in your ears,nose and throat.
 
erika last decade
Sorry thought Mt Dew was an alcoholic drink!
 
walkin last decade

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