Worrying about throat - Please help!!!!!!Ok well I am due to go travelling for eight months in three days.
In November 2004 I developed a really really horrible case of tonsillitus. (Went to Quinsy) After a course of antibiotics it went down. Now over the course of the next year I have had about 8 different times of having a sore throat and each time the doctor has just given me antibiotics. I have always been convinced that it isn't my tonsils anymore. Everytime I have an alcoholic drink or smoke a cigarette it comes. It really hurts and I have to stop drinking or doing whatever I am doing.
23 days ago I had my tonsils out after three doctors telling me it was tonsils.
Now the problem is now that the tonsil pain has gone I am still gettting the same pain I have had for ver a year which makes me think it wasn't tonsils after all.
I have noticed that on the far wall of my mouth right at the top there is a white lump (that looks pus filled to me but aparently is just a white lump says my mum!!) This is right behind the thing that hangs down on the roof of my mouth.
I am travelling for eight months and not being able to have a few drinks will ruin it!!!!
My question is does anyone know what this could be? Am I being paranoid and 23 days just isn't enough recovery time? Has anyone else heard of this?
After nearly a year abnd a half I really want to have a normal throat again and be able to enjoy a drink with my friends!!!!
burnisgood on 2006-01-26
does saliva comes out from your mouth during aleep, offensive smell from the mouth?
does cold or heat aggravates or ameliorate your conditions?
♥ drsajid last decade
And I don't really have a thirst condition.
The temperature doesn't really make much difference. It will be fine and then as soon as I have a drink or step into a smoky environment it will start hurting.
Having said that I live in England where it is permanently cold!!!!
burnisgood last decade
burnisgood last decade
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