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back of throat and numbness

well just wondering what this is, i have probably had it for a while but only noticed it recently, there are white lines almost, not bumps, but lines, on the back of my throat behind the "dangly" thing. It looks kind of like it is worn out or something. It doesnt hurt at all, but at times i get the numbness feeling when swollowing. For the past week it's been hard to breath, but has been picking back up.
No swollen lymph nodes or anything, just the hard to breath, and white lines in the back of the throat.

kind of confusing, havn't found anything that goes along with the symptoms. ^_^
  Evets on 2004-08-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Have you had any history of heart burn, reflux, diabetes, any discomfort in the upper abdomen?

Are you on any prescription drugs? or taking any over the counter medications?
commen sense last decade
hi evets

your symptoms are similiar to my fathers.
do you have numbness of the gums ie similiar to dentists anaesthetic,saliva unconscieniously coming out the mouth instead of down your throat,tightness of the face.
if so i would be interested how you are managing it as my father is becoming very depressed as he has had these symptoms for over 2 years after a severe bout of food poisioning.no specialist can come up with a cure or an effective way to manage it!
kind regards simon.
SIMONROSS1 last decade
Where the throat and gums are involved.....and if in doubt.....start with MERCURIUS !!


Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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