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I have had my tonsils remved and have a itchy throat, wet cough, and white spots on the side of my throat in the back. What is this?

I have had my tonsils remved and have a itchy throat, wet cough, and white spots on the side of my throat in the back. What is this?

Ask an ENT: This may be normal healing if surgery was less than two weeks ago. Thrush is another possibility. Go back to your ent. See also http://www.Richmondent.Com/assets/downloads/ear-nose-throat/throat-mouth/tonsils-adenoids.Pdf. ...Read more

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My daughter has a fever, white spots on her tonsils bad breath a very itchy rash everywhere but worse on the soles of her feet and hands what is this?

My daughter has a fever, white spots on her tonsils bad breath a very itchy rash everywhere but worse on the soles of her feet and hands what is this?

See your doctor: Fever, rash (typically sandpaper like), headache, vomiting and sore throat may be an indication that your daughter has strep throat. It's caused by group a strep. Sometimes people miss the sore throat and maybe even the fever. After the rash you may get peeling of the hands and feet. If you think you might have scarlet fever, see your doctor soon for a strep test and evaluation. ...Read more

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Hi I have two small white spots by my bottom, they are a little bit itchy and hard. But they won't pop! what are they?

Hi I have two small white spots by my bottom, they are a little bit itchy and hard. But they won't pop! what are they?

Could be: They could be cysts or molluscum lesions. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more

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What will I do when I have white spots on my back and its very itchy?

What will I do when I have white spots on my back and its very itchy?

See a dermatologist: Itchy white spots could be many things, including hives (urticaria), irritant contact dermatitis, fungal infection, scabies, or skin cancer. You need to be examined and evaluated by an experienced physician, preferably a dermatologist. While waiting for your appointment, you could try otc antihistamines like zyrtec or topical 0.5-1% Hydrocortisone cream. ...Read more

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I have a little white spots on my pubic area and I don't know what they are? Sort of itchy and irritating

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I have a little white spots on my pubic area and I don't know what they are? Sort of itchy and irritating

Here are some ...: Are you a pubic hair shaver? Do you see a hair in the center of the white spot? If so, they're overactive sebaceous glands, which may be itchy at times, but may be further irritated by shaving. If the hairs are present, they could be sebaceous glands or scabies... But without a direct look, it's hard to come up an accurate impression. So, see Doc timely for confirmation and Rx as needed. ...Read more

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What should I do if I have itchy white spots on my tounge?

What should I do if I have itchy white spots on my tounge?

White itchy spots: See your general dentist or an oral surgeon for a definitive diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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I have itchy white spots on the tip of my tounge. They come and go about once a week to every 2 weeks. What is wrong with my tounge? I have pictures

I have itchy white spots on the tip of my tounge. They come and go about once a week to every 2 weeks. What is wrong with my tounge? I have pictures

Relax; Cool It!: The tongue responds to trauma such as hot or cold liquids, hot peppers, and caustic drinks. Avoid these incidents and you will have less "bumps". ...Read more

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Hi I have small white spots on my knuckles. They are painless and are not itchy... I got hem around 3 weeks ago ... Should I be worried?

Hi I have small white spots on my knuckles. They are painless and are not itchy... I got hem around 3 weeks ago ... Should I be worried?

White spots on hands: Do you have exposure to chemicals or foliage? Could be contact dermatitis or eczema. Alternatively could be fungal, though that is less common. Would try over the counter topical steroid cream, if that does not work consider anti-fungal. Should moisturizer daily. f/u w/ doctor ...Read more