Hi Debideer! I would suggest you see an ENT, who will refer you for tests if necessary. Most probably it looks like tonsillitis (white areas of puss in the throat region) that often cause the feeling of having something stuck to the sides of the throat. I am positive ENT will set your mind at rest. Cheerio!View Thread
Hello! Lately I've been having pains above my eyebrow and below it on the left side (close to the nose). The pain is just a nagging one, but when I press down on these areas, it's quite bad. The pain lasts a few hours to a day. I do not have sinus infection, and feel fine overall. It started around two weeks ago, and I do not have a cold. Could this be a migraine (so confined to only these two areas)? My mum has frequent migraines on her left side, but they effect the entire half of her head/neck. Does anyone have suggestions?View Thread
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