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Hangy Ball In Back Of Throat
Tonsilliths: Hello, food particles can get stuck in the pockets or crevices of your tonsils. Gargle with plain water after every meal. This should help to keep your tonsils clean. ...Read more
Why is it sometimes when I put my head back and tub ny throat up and Down or even just turn ny head to the side or put it back does something feel like it moves in my neck by my ball? Should I worry
When I put my head straight back and rub my throat (the ball in my throat) I feel it more on the left side then on the right it's been like this for a whole is this something to worry about?
I have the feeling of a ball/lump in back throat , it don't hurt...But uncomfortable. And hard to explain. How should I say it to e-n-t specialist?
When i breathe thru my nose i feel a ball like object hitting the back of my nose/throat? Just recently fought off a bad cold but I've never had this.
Swollen...: Adenoid or uvual, the little things that hangs off your palate in the back of your throat. If you had a cold, these tissues can swell up alot. Then, dpending on your position and air flow through the area, tey are slightly mobile and can give you the feeling you describe. May help to gargle with salt water if uvula is swollen, and ensure lots of humiditiy in environment ot prevent more irritation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ball shaped object a tad bit smaller than a dime in the back of throat near tonsils. Can feel when swallow no pain but irritating. What could this be?
Tonsil Stone ?: Only a guess, since this needs to be visualized. See your physician for a definitive diagnosis and treatment if necessary. ...Read more
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