I have found these little small bumps above my adams apple, there are quite a few of them. I can grab them and move them between my fingers. They feel kinda softish - ruberish and are round/very small. I have had them for quite some time and was wondering what these are? You can't see any lumps or bulges or anything, it's just when I dig into my skin I can feel them.
The most probable things are:
If they are tonsils enlarged you might have had a cold and respiratory infection and it will decrease in size as the infection will wane off.
If they are tonsil stones, tonsolith there is nothing to worry and these appear in many people and if they cause : pain obstruction and infection you have to go for surgery.
Please visit a throat specialist and go ahead with his advise also .
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