I have these little white dots on my tonsils but then they spread to my whole mouth there every were there even on the inside of my lips and there is a big white bit on that thing that dangles down at the back of your throat and there are also red dots on the roof of my mouth and also white to pls help me I don't no what it is my neck is sore to and my throat hurts a little I also suffer from tonsilitis all the time if that helps
White patches are common in many throat infections. The sore throat and tonsillitis which your son had may have contributed to it. In response to the infection the body produces soft white debris which collects in the tiny indentations in the tonsils called crypts. Repeated salt water gargles will help. Mix one teaspoon of salt in 1 cup of warm water and ask your son to gargle. If the patches increase in size or become painful then consult your doctor.
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