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What feels like an irritating discomforting lump on right side of throat when I swallow for 2 weeks. Also have a cough but the lump developed first?

What feels like an irritating discomforting lump on right side of throat when I swallow for 2 weeks. Also have a cough but the lump developed first?

ENT: It is important for you to consult with an ENT doctor to assess, what if anything the lump in your throat is. It could be a post nasal drip, enlarged tonsil to a tumor or growth which is more serious. Do it asap. ...Read more

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It is the connection between the mouth and the throat. The 3 parts are the oropharynx, nasopharynx, and hypo-pharynx. The pharynx leads into the ...Read more


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For about two months I have had a swollen lump in the right side of my throat that hurts when i swallow?

For about two months I have had a swollen lump in the right side of my throat that hurts when i swallow?

Time to see doctor: There are numerous possible causes. You should see your family doctor for an initial examination. He or she would then refer you to an ENT specialist if the cause of your symptoms isn't readily found. ...Read more

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Lump on left side of throat - pronounced when swallowing. What could this be?

Lump on left side of throat - pronounced when swallowing. What could this be?

Throat lump: Lumps in the neck can sometimes be a variety of things, like normal salivary glands or lymph nodes. Other things such as congenital mass and cysts can also occur. You could also have something like a tumor. It is best to have it looked at to make sure you know what it is so you can get the right treatment, if you need it. ...Read more

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