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White spot on uvula
I have two white spots on my uvula. I just got back from a trip where I was talking loudly and woke up with a red and swollen throat. But I just noticed the white spots today. I have no fever symptoms. I just feels like a hair stuck in my throat.
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Your symptoms are suggestive of a strained vocal cord. The redness and swelling maybe due to the strain and early signs of an impending upper respiratory tract infection. These following steps may help: - Avoid cold food and water, preferably have hot food and water - Don't skip meals have a liquid diet containing soups and progressively increase to solid diet as per how you can tolerate. - Have food rich in vitamin C such as oranges to help build immunity. - Drink plenty of fluids, drink 3 liters of water per day - Do salt water gargling with lukewarm water thrice a day If the condition persists or worsens visit the ENT at earliest
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You seem to be suffering from reflux laryngopharyngitis which is type of acidity related disorder. You may need to take anti reflux medications for few days for faster recovery
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