My tonsils are swollen with white spots, and my throats also red with little bumps. I'm a virgin. Not std or strep. Ideas?

Tested ? The majority of these are viruses that gained access to your throat off your contaminated fingers or inhaled droplets. They can be the first stage of a multisystem illness that involves your lungs or digestive tract or just stay in your throat. If you tested negative for strep there is no need for antibiotics .It should self heal over a few days to a week.

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My tonsils are swollen, with white spots on them. And the back of my throat is dark red with little bumps. Doctor said no strep. Any ideas?

Viral tonsillitis. No strep means no antibiotics but NOT no treatment. You can find symptom relief and need to prevent spreading it or reinfection. There's info: http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/ART03438/Tonsillitis-Strep-Throat.html Best! Read more...

I have strep troat, white spots on my tonsils, and I'm missing pacthes on my tongue, what's wrong with me? Do I have an STD the doctor said I'm ok.

Sure it's strep? . It could be a viral infection. Was a culture positive for strep? These are more likely viral symptoms or remotely strep. Certainly not std. Trust your doctor, and follow her advice. Read more...
Dont panic. The white spots on your tonsils are consistent with you strep throat which is a bacterial infection of your throat. The patches on your tongue are most likely benign unless they are ulcerated and bleeding. If you fear an std or have reason to believe you have contracted one, you can always get tested. Trust you doctor and recover from the strep. Read more...

Past month had sore with red bumps back of throat, white tongue, swollen tonsils. Strep=neg. Occured days after sex w another guy. Coincidental? Std?

Sore throat. Viral illnesses can cause tonsillitis and ulcers in the back of throat. Gonorrhea which is transmitted sexually can cause pharyno-tonsillitis but most infections are asymptomatic. Read more...
Seasonal flu . Seasonal flu is very common viral infection. Usually the condition resolves on its own with home care. Drink water and get a good rest. If concerned, see your pcp. Read more...