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Red bumps in back of my throat
Its been over 2 months i have red bumps in the back of my throat and it is spreading with time this is horrifying
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You might be suffering from granular pharyngitis which usually occurs secondary to chronic irritation of throat. Cause can be reflux laryngopharyngitis, post nasal discharge, smoking, pollution etc. Cause needs to be identified
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Consult nearby ENT specialist for confirmation of diagnosis and appropriate treatment if required
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