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I have a swollen lump on the side of my neck and white spots on the back of my throat. Sore throat - this has been there for two weeks

I have a swollen lump on the side of my neck and white spots on the back of my throat. Sore throat - this has been there for two weeks

Infections/ HIV: With sore throat and lump on the side of neck, whether tender or non- tender, possibilities of a pharyngitis with enlarged cervical lymph nodes or a strep throat is there. White spots on the back of throat, could be because of a candidia infection, which may be due to immune deficiency and even HIV should be included in the differential diagnosis. Please consult your pcp. Thanks. ...Read more

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What could be causing white spots on my back, neck and face?

What could be causing white spots on my back, neck and face?

Possibly fungus: You may have tinea versicolor. Apply selsun blue shampoo to skin, leave on for a few minutes, then rinse off in shower. Do this 2-3 times per week for a month to help treat the fungus. The color will take time to get back to normal, but the treatment will prevent the condition from getting worse. ...Read more

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I am 20 and l have white spots in my neck what should I do ?

I am 20 and l have white spots in my neck what should I do ?

Depends: Are the white spots on the skin of your neck or are the white spots inside your mouth at the back of your throat. Do they hurt? How long have they been there? Do you have any other symptoms?. Does anything make the spots better? Does anything make the spots worse? We need answers to questions like this in order to help guide you to the proper answer. ...Read more

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White spots under my skin on both sides of lower face and on neck. Not raised bumps but white spots. What is this? And what can I do to stop them?

White spots under my skin on both sides of lower face and on neck. Not raised bumps but white spots. What is this? And what can I do to stop them?

Guessing: is not a good approach to address this issue. It is best to be medically assessed. Once the diagnosis is made for the skin lesions than a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more