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Tonsil Blister Symptoms
I have a blister on my tonsils for a month now. Was just diagnosed w/ strept throat. Is this a symptom of strept?
Could be.: If it goes away with the treatment for strep, then you have your answer. If it does not, get another culture to see if strep is still present, although it may be if you are a carrier. In either case, if the antibiotics don't help, see an ENT doc, any new lesion still present after a 4-6 weeks needs to be evaluated. ...Read more
I have had swollen/slight pus-sy tonsils and clear blisters on back of throat for years. Causes nil symptoms but bad breath. What could this be?
I've had a 102 fever, swollen glands, sinus, cold and flu like symptoms. Im going on fourth week with spotted tonsils. Are blood blisters a big concern?
6 yo has little red blister bumps on lips. Came after fever. Always gets fevers no other symptoms. Is this herpes on mouth? What else can they be?
Bumps: Herpes labialis (cold sores) is very possible given the presence of preceding fever and the location of the bumps. If they were present anywhere else, a viral exanthem (viral rash) would be considered. It may not be a bad idea to get a culture out of a lesion to find out the cause. ...Read more
Hi, my 10 year old son has developed a painful rash with what appears to be small blisters and red spots on the back of his mouth, no other symptoms?
Painful rash: He may have the start of hand, foot and mouth disease which is due to a viral illness. Check his hands and feet over the next few days. To sooth the pain in his mouth you can give him lots of cold things like popsicles or ice cream. A combination of benadryl (diphenhydramine) and peptobismol may also help in psin control ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son was diagnosed with hand foot mouth a 15 days ago. His symptoms were clearing up but since yesterday he has new blisters, did he get it again?
All my hair fell out after a huge list of symptoms and now I have chilblains and blisters in my mouth and feel sick and dizzy all the time anyone know?
Impossible to say: This situation requires a detailed history (and knowing your "huge list of symptoms"), and physical exam. Neither can be done on this forum. You need to see a doctor in person. ...Read more
How long is hand foot mouth disease contagious? Have family event Sat. 2 yr old had symptoms Saturday. Still has lots of blisters. It Wed.should go?
I am experiencing mouth sores, gum swelling, tongue problems (quality: white patches) , abnormal vaginal discharge (quality: mucus and blood) and... vaginal blisters. I have one partner and he is not experiencing any of these symptoms ?
I have one blister on my tonsil. It's clear and a little puffy. It doesn't hurt though and I feel perfectly normal what could this be?
Tonsil blister: Hello. It is hard to determine why your tonsil is irregular without examining you. It may represent a crevice or crater on the surface of your tonsil that could be totally normal. Another possibility could be a benign mucus cyst which also could be normal. See your ENT for confirmation. Good luck. ...Read more
My tonsiles are full of blisters and they hurt really bad I hardly been eating and it hurts when I swallow.What should I do ?????
Hard to say: May be a tonsillar cyst. Get it checked out by an ent. ...Read more
I have something that looks like a blood blister behind my tonsil (not on it). It has been there over 2 months, no change
See ENT doctor: You need a specific diagnosis. The anatomical location requires an ENT or head and neck surgeon. ...Read more
I have a fluid filled small blister on my palatoglossal arch that keeps reoccurring. I don't have tonsils. What could this be? I've had it for weeks
Sialocele: It's quite common to have a blocked minor salivary gland which will fill with a clear mucus material. They can spontaneously rupture and then recur. Sometimes they can be treated with cauterizing or silver nitrate in the office with your ENT specialist. They usually are of no major concern or significance. As always, seeing the problem is helpful, so get checked by an ENT md. ...Read more