Im 18, and I woke up this morning round my boyfriends and my throat felt so weird as if something was stuck in there. I then went home and had a little sleep and thought it would be gone by the time i woke up. So i started walking to work and it was exactly the same... it's not that bad when i eat but i feel like i have got to drink every 2 seconds or i will gag. It is so annoying, i just want it to go away!
i didnt know it could last forever, seeing all you's saying your had it for years. looks like i will be sleeping with a bucket tonight! i am supposed to be going out tomorrow night for Nandos with my best mate!
i went to the doctors 2 days ago and they said one of my glands has come up but at the moment the other hasnt. she asked me many times if i have been ill recently and i told her no. she then said she reckons im going to have a Viral Infection soonish. but because i can eat and drink its not that bad at the moment, so she didnt give me any tablets or anything??
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