Here is a discription on a problem my girlfriend is having and we're curios to see if it could be related to absessed teeth or frequent infections.
My girlfriend is having some trouble with her throat and possibly her sinusis. It started when she felt like her throat was contracting and it was hard to get air..Then she noticed a few yellowish bumps/lumps at the very back of her throat. When she swallows it's like a "clicking noise and a feeling of something rubbing in her throat/neck further down She hasn't had pain but more recently it has started buring some what.
She did go to our doctor and she did a throat culture for strep and a mono test. Both came back negitive. She gave her Amoxacillin for drainage and hoped that would help, but it didn't. She is going to look at her throat again on the 15th. We are just getting worried because the meds didn't help and the doctor seemed unsure of why her throat was like that and her toncills are swollen so much.
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