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Yellow blister in my throat, help?

Yellow blister in my throat, help?

This may be infected: see your primary care doctor as this may be a strep infection or a canker sore. ...Read more

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Pharynx (Definition)

It is the connection between the mouth and the throat. The 3 parts are the oropharynx, nasopharynx, and hypo-pharynx. The pharynx leads into the ...Read more


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I've had bronchitis, asinus infection and strep. Zpack followed by ceftin, which i'm 3 days into. 3 little yellow blisters on back of throat. Swallowing hurts. When can I expect throat to feel better?

I've had bronchitis, asinus infection and strep. Zpack followed by ceftin, which i'm 3 days into. 3 little yellow blisters on back of throat. Swallowing hurts. When can I expect throat to feel better?

If it is indeed: A bacterial strep throat, yes, you will recover quickly. However, it can be viral... And rarely fungal infection. So be patient and follow you physician's advice. Wish you a full recovery! happy good friday and easter weekend! ...Read more

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Yellow blister/lumps on back of throat. If bad turns to tonsillitis and then i get colds, coughs etc. Sick for months. Had for 5yrs. Any help please?

Yellow blister/lumps on back of throat.  If bad turns to tonsillitis and then i get colds, coughs etc. Sick for months. Had for 5yrs. Any help please?

I wonder..: ....If what you are describing is actually post nasal drip? This is when discharge from your nose, sinuses or adenoids drips down your throat. It will certainly cause cough, and your throat can get quite sore. If the source is allergic, allergy medicines can help. If there is a sinus infection, antibiotics may help. In any case, see a doctor. ...Read more

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I have a sore thorat with a yellow blister can it be strep throat?

I have a sore thorat with a yellow blister can it be strep throat?

Possibly: A sore throat with a yellow blister type lesion could be strep, other bacteria, a viral infection, or tonsillolith (tonsil stone). Hard to say. If it hurts badly or doesn't go away in a couple of days, get it checked out. ...Read more

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Yellow looking blisters in back of throat, I suffer from post nasal drip that won't go away, and tonsil stones. What are the blisters?

Yellow looking blisters in back of throat, I suffer from post nasal drip that won't go away, and tonsil stones. What are the blisters?

Lymphoid tissue: The bumps in the back of the throat if they are not painful are probably lymphoid tissue which are a response to the drainage from your post nasal drip. They are reacting to viruses or bacteria. ...Read more

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I have like yellow blisters on the back of my throat and it hurts to swallow i don't have a fever however it just looks very disgusting. ?

See a doctor: I would definitely see your doctor as soon as possible to get this evaluated and treated before it gets any worse. ...Read more

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I have sore yellow blister like spots on my hard palate I have had them for 6 days now and my throat seems to be swollen?

I have sore yellow blister like spots on my hard palate I have had them for 6 days now and my throat seems to be swollen?

Sounds viral: Unless you burned your palate and throat with some extremely hot liquid, it sounds like you may have a small viral outbreak, such as a cocksakie virus, that is causing your symptoms. You may want to check with your md if these symptoms do not want to resolve after about 14 days. ...Read more

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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more


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