For several months I have had a sore spot on the right side of my throat, intermittently, when I swallow. And Now I have a slight bad odor when I swallow and breath out through my nose. I'm really concerned about this but I don't have any insurance and can't go to a doctor. Should I be concerned?View Thread
Thank you for your time and input. I understand the concept of paying for services, unfortunately I don't have the funds to pay out of pocket at this time. And I don't know if it is a red spot or not as I am unable to see the sore area myself. It seems to be just below the back of my tongue. Yes that would be nice if car insurance would pay for repairs. It also would be nice if health insurance companies weren't allowed to turn you down for pre-existing conditions. Anyway, Thanks again for your input.View Thread
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