About a month ago, I got these white bumps on my tongue.. Some looking different than others.. Some being on the sides of tongue being ***** looking.. Then I got some on the back of my tongue on each side.. And, someone told me it was oral thrush.. I started taking these pills that are supposed to be like eating yogurt or whatever.. A few days ago I noticed these bumps running down my throat.. So, I rached back and felt them.. and I felt 3 running as far as I could feel which wasn't to far.. I never knew what a lymph node was so I started feeling for them.. I think I found them.. I don't know if they are swollen are not.. I believe these are what I'm feeling.. I can grip them and move them aroudn a little.. They feel like semi soft oval type deals..So, I don't know if they are swollen or not.. I can feel them..I guess they are because they are bigger than 2 cms or so.. I don't know I have never been prone to infection until this year.. I smoked about a pack a day for 2-3 years.. I'm 19.. And I dipped for like 2 months.. And everyone once and while in between then..
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