I have a throat infection I have never had one ever in my life but 10 months ago due to stress I started smoking ONe cig a day or sometimes 1 in ten days on 2ND APRIL,2015 i QUIT SMOKING BUT SINCE IT WAS MY LAST i TOOK A LAST PUFF BUT IT WAS TO HOT AND I COUFHED BUT FROM NEXT DAY i STARTED FEELING SCRATCHY FEELING IN LEFT SIDE OF MY THROAT AND MY LEFT EAR WAS BLOCKED I HAVE SHOWN IT TO VARIOUS DOCTORS BUT I HAVE NOT BEEN CURED MY THROAT IS RED ALL THE TIME I DO FEEL RELIVE AND LESS PAIN BUT I STILL CAN SEE SMALL WHITE AND PINK BUMPS IN MY THROAT A WHITE SPOT ALSO APPEARS EVERY NOW AND THEN AND VANISHES AFTER MANY DAYS I HAVE DONE AN X RAY TEST WHEN THE DOCTOR ASKED, 10 DAYS AGO THE REPORT WAS NORMAL,WHAT IS THAT I HAVE PLEASE HELP ME IS IT CANCER SHOULD I TELL ABOUT MY PAST SMOKING HABIT TO MY DOCTOR,IHAVE ALSO READ THAT A SORE THROAT OR STREP THROAT LASTS FOR 3 TO 7 DAYS AT MAXIMUM WHEN UNTREATED BUT IT HAS BEEN A MONTH NOW AND I AM TAKING MEDICINES ALSO BUT IT IS NOT CURED.
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