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White Spots On Uvula And Tonsils
I have white spots on my uvula and on my tonsils, and it feels like there's a big lump stuck in my throat, and it kinda hurts to swallow What's wrong?
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White spots on my uvula & tonsils. Left side looks a bit swollen. Negative for strep. No sore throat. Ent said tonsillitis & saw a "pus pocket" on one side. I had a bad cold for 5 wks. Could be mono?
Viral or bacterial?: This could be a viral infection as it can present with redness, swelling, pain and white patches. Strep throat is another cause but it often has a higher fever and more clinical/body symptoms where the viral is usually more local symptoms. Viral is self limiting but strep can have long term side effects with non-treatment, best to have it checked out by local doc or walk-in clinic. ...Read more
I noticed some discomfort whenever I swallow. I took a look in the mirror and found little white spots on and around my uvula, but not my tonsils.
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My tonsils are swollen and my uvula is connected to my right tonsil. It's been like this for a month now. I see white spots in the back. What is wrong?
Maybe nothing or. ..: Large tonsils, in & of themselves, aren't necessarily abnormal. Nor are white spots on back of throat (might be food!). If you're feeling sick eg sore throat, fever, swollen glands, etc, that's something different (retropharyngeal abscess?). Bottom line, you need to go see your family doc for evaluation & testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have white spots on my tonsils and my uvula seems to be going to the left tonsil and "sticking to it". When I open my mouth it detached from tonsil?
Exam: You must be examined for a definitive diagnosis. Call your primary care physician. ...Read more
I have oral thrush/candida & was given clotrimozole troche 10mg 5x/day for 2 weeks today. White spots are all over my mouth, tongue, tonsils, lips & uvula. I can't stop wanting to gag. What can I do?
See an ID doctor: If you are an adult, not diabetic or on antibiotics or steroids and have thrush you must be tested for HIV disease and have your immunity assessed. Thrush seldom occurs in normal adults, and particularly when it fails to respond to standard treatment it is an ominous sign. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sore throat, abcess on uvula, white puffy tonsils, red spots on the roof of my mouth, and some white spots around the uvula, what's wrong with me?
Sore throat, white lumpy tonsils, red spots on the roof of mouth, nasty taste, with an abcess on the uvula, also some white spots, what's wrong with me?
A red sore throat with more than usual veins showing, a white canker sore on the soft pallet, 1 white internal spot on tonsil, a growth with tiny pin size white spots (polyp maybe) hanging from uvula?
See your doctor: Are you expecting us to diagnose you over the internet and come up with some great medication for you to take to eliminate your symptoms quickly and easily? Either ride everything out or see your primary care physician for an evaluation. Feel better soon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have white spots all over the back of my mouth and on my uvula. They just randomly appeared when I woke up this morning. What could this be?
I have a painful white blot on my uvula and a couple of white spots on the roof of my mouth... I have good pictures its that bad?
Needs evaluated: Pain is a sign of something wrong. Painful sores on vulva and roof of mouth need to be evaluated. Some std's are able to infect the mouth as well as the genitals. Your family physician or gyn should be able to properly evaluate, test and treat. ...Read more
Hello. I have recently noticed white spots on my uvula in my mouth. I'm getting a slightly sore throat. But no other symptoms. Any ideas? Thanks alot!
Probably nothing: There are a lot of thing like sinus drainage and even food that cause white spots on your uvula. If you symptoms worsen I would get it checked. ...Read more
Small little white spots on back of throat/on uvula/top of mouth/On Qvar a year/Nortriptyline 10mg a month. Tongue sore like eat sour candy.?
I noticed that I have white spots on the back of my mouth maybe on my tonsils, they are on both sides. Please what does this mean? Thank you SPeterso
Mucous in tonsil cry: Most likely this is dried mucous in the tonil crypts. Gargling with water may help. If it does not hurt, it is probably not infected. Check with your otolaryngologist ...Read more
I don't have any pain in my thraot but some white spots in my left tonsil are there. I also have headache, flu, bodyaches and mouth is tasteless?
Hi. I have tiny white spots covering the whole entire inside of my mouth including the insides of my cheek and my gums. Some also on outline of tonsil?
Color: White or yellowish. If yellowish may be benign Fordyce Granules. If what may be infection. As tis is not a forum for diagnosis, please see you Dentist for an evaluation and a decision as to whether treatment is necessary. ...Read more
My left tonsil has been swollen now for a good 3-4 months. No pain or white spots. Roof of mouth is yellow/cream.
Swollen tonsil: Consider having a physical examination by a board certified otolaryngologist ...Read more
I have a dry, sticky mouth, white spots on both tonsils, one tonsil bigger than the other. Throat culture was negative. What could this be?
See ENT: You should see ear, nose, and throat doctor for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
I have one inflamed tonsil. And white spots on the tonsil, the roof of my mouth and under my tongue. They hurt really bad. I can't talk or eat, help! ?
See your doc: You need to be evaluated for infection. You may need antibiotics and additional care to speed your recovery. Until then salt water gargles, anti inflamatories and warm packs may help. If you are unable to drink enough to stay hydrated, are drooling because you can't swallow your saliva, or have fever or chills seek care immediately. ...Read more