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White spots on tonsils no fever and not feeling sick had a strep test done two weeks ago and it came back negative?

White spots on tonsils no fever and not feeling sick had a strep test done two weeks ago and it came back negative?

Stones: May have tonsillar "stones" which are deposits in tonsillar crypts which have been previously inflamed. If you have no symptoms, don't worry about it. You should be fine. If this is causing anxiety, then see a doctor. ...Read more

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Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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Slight pain swallowing - on the one side with white spots on tonsils. No fever; had a headache yesterday morning but throat didn't start hurting or white spots until middle of night. Just a few white spots on one side of tonsi.

Slight pain swallowing - on the one side with white spots on tonsils. No fever; had a headache yesterday morning but throat didn't start hurting or white spots until middle of night. Just a few white spots on one side of tonsi.

Doctor can evaluate: New throat soreness or spots can be from a strep throat infection (antibiotics needed), a cold or mild flu (antibiotics are not used), or from some other cause such as allergies or irritants. Usually, a person sees the doctor if the sore throat is bothersome, recurrent, or doesn't go away in a day or two (mainly to check for strep throat). Throat lozenges can decrease throat pain, for 1-2 days. ...Read more

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Swollen tonsils (white spots on tonsils), fever my doctor told me that if I get it again I will need them out, They have become excruciating pain ER?

Swollen tonsils (white spots on tonsils), fever my doctor told me that if I get it again I will need them out, They have become excruciating pain ER?

ER should check: New throat pain can be from a strep throat infection (antibiotics are needed), a cold or influenza (antibiotics usually not used), or from some other cause such as allergies or an abscess. Usually, a person sees the doctor if the sore throat is bothersome (as in this case), recurrent, or doesn't go away quickly. A couple days of throat lozenges and acetaminophen might lessen typical minor pain. ...Read more

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Tested positive for strep a white spots on tonsils. (negative for glandular fever.) penicillin vk for 21 days and spots came back. Now have ear ache?

Tested positive for strep a white spots on tonsils. (negative for glandular fever.) penicillin vk for 21 days and spots came back. Now have ear ache?

Strept Secrets: Bacterial group a strept infection is often associated with fever, enlarged lymph nodes and the tonsillar "white spots" known as exudates. These are a white cell (pus) response from the lymph tissue (tonsils) just below the surface and can recur if inadequate treatment or chronic infection. Tonsillar stones (saliva/mucous/food particles) are what people often see in the folds of the tonsils. ...Read more

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Small white spots on tonsils with no pain, no fever, no sore throat when swallowing. Although I do feel a discomfort out dry feeling when swallowing?

Small white spots on tonsils with no pain, no fever, no sore throat when swallowing. Although I do feel a discomfort out dry feeling when swallowing?

White spots: Hello, the white spots in the back of your throat sound like tonsilliths. These are food particles that get stuck in the tonsil tissues. They harden and make your tonsils look like they are infected. Under these tonsil pimples is a cavity or crevice that may be inflamed and infected. Gargle with water after every meal. This helps to clear these white pimples. Also see your doctor. ...Read more

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Reoccurring white spots on left tonsil, hurts, with fever?

Reoccurring white spots on left tonsil, hurts, with fever?

Tonsillitus: This tonsillitis could be due to a respiratory tract virus, a strep infection, or be due to infectious mononucleosis. See your physician who will order the appropriate tests and any necessary treatment. In the meantime gargle with warm salt water and use soothing lozenges like cepestat or cepacol. ...Read more

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I have white spots on my tonsils, but no fever and I'm not feeling sick. I had a strep test done 2 weeks ago and it came back negative.?

I have white spots on my tonsils, but no fever and I'm not feeling sick. I had a strep test done 2 weeks ago and it came back negative.?

Normal tonsils: Adult tonsils have crypts, which make little tonsil stones. These are the white spots. This is normal. If they are really irritating, an antibiotic might help to settle them down. If that doesn't work sometimes we do a tonsillectomy. In most cases if I describe the surgery to someone with a concern about these, they opt to leave it alone. ...Read more

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I have white spots on my tonsils with no fever. I have been like this for over a week and have no cold symptoms. Also have gallbladder pain?

I have white spots on my tonsils with no fever. I have been like this for over a week and have no cold symptoms. Also have gallbladder pain?

"Cryptic": Tonsils is a name for tonsils with craters containing mucous and usually associated with frequent attacks of tonsillitis. You may need them removed!! See an ENT (Ear Nose Throat) Specialist!
The "gallbladder" pain is a whole different issue. MORE INFO is needed about that....

Hope this helps
Dr Z ...Read more

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White spots on tonsils. Amox 3 days no improvement. Scraped with qtip. Removed what appeared to be food. Some pain is gone. Keep doing this? No fever.

White spots on tonsils. Amox 3 days no improvement. Scraped with qtip. Removed what appeared to be food. Some pain is gone. Keep doing this? No fever.

Tonsillolith: If the white material on your tonsil was solid, it wasn't active pus, but was a tonsillolith or tonsil stone. They are common and can cause sore throat. You can express or scrape them off. Better to gargle regularly to get them off. Some people ultimately get their tonsils out, but that's only if the pain persists and the tonsil stones don't get any better. ...Read more

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Mild sore throat w ear ache for a few days. Now, I have white spots on tonsils and orange spots on back of throat. No fever. Some sinus drainage?

Mild sore throat w ear ache for a few days. Now, I have white spots on tonsils and orange spots on back of throat. No fever. Some sinus drainage?

Sounds like a sinus: Problem. May not require antibiotics as usually don't give early unless meet specific criteria but there are comfort measures doc can provide for you. Feel better! ...Read more

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I have white spots on tonsils. No sore throat, no fever. Mild muscle pain. Throat culture negative. Dr said it looks painful but its not. Been 1 week?

I have white spots on tonsils. No sore throat, no fever. Mild muscle pain. Throat culture negative. Dr said it looks painful but its not. Been 1 week?

Tonsilloliths: I bet that is what they are. These are masses of keratin. They eventually work their way out or you can attack them with a water pick. They can cause bad breath. ...Read more

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How long should I wait before seeing a doctor with tonsillitis? No fever or symptoms other than sore throat and red spots on tonsils.

How long should I wait before seeing a doctor with tonsillitis? No fever or symptoms other than sore throat and red spots on tonsils.

Spots on tonsils: Spots on tonsils are called an "exudate." exudates are common in many throat infections and have no specific importance in diagnosis. Persistent fever, trouble swallowing and/or pain determine need to be examined. The more intense or longer these persist, the more one needs to see the doctor. ...Read more

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