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My girlfriend and I have never had other sexual partners, and yesterday we engaged in oral sex for the first time. She told me she was feeling a little under the weather before we did so (with a sore throat), but now she has a very sore throat and a high fever. Given that neither of us have ever had any previous partners and the various things that go around this time of year, I think (hope) that this is just a cold, but should we be more concerned?

It appears your girlfriend has an infection given her sore throat and high fever. Viral infections (such as the common cold) are common causes of these infections. However, bacterial infections such as streptococcus pneumoniae (strep throat) may also present in this fashion. In all likelihood, your girlfriend has one of these infections and it should . . . → Read More: My girlfriend and I have never had other sexual partners, and yesterday we engaged in oral sex for the first time. She told me she was feeling a little under the weather before we did so (with a sore throat), but now she has a very sore throat and a high fever. Given that neither of us have ever had any previous partners and the various things that go around this time of year, I think (hope) that this is just a cold, but should we be more concerned?

Out of the blue, blood appeared underneath my old cellulitis scar that is seven years old. W hat oculd be the cause of this? And also i have a sore throat and I think one of my tear ducts are infected because the inner corner of my eye is swollen and red it also hurts. I’m not sure if these symptoms are related or not but just to be on the safe side I put them in here anyway.

It is difficult to determine the cause of your blood underneath your old cellulitis scar without a complete history and proper physical exam. Therefore a visit to your primary care doctor is warranted.

Regarding your clogged nasolacrimal duct, an ophthalmologist is the specialist who can best diagnose your condition and properly tailor a treatment . . . → Read More: Out of the blue, blood appeared underneath my old cellulitis scar that is seven years old. W hat oculd be the cause of this? And also i have a sore throat and I think one of my tear ducts are infected because the inner corner of my eye is swollen and red it also hurts. I’m not sure if these symptoms are related or not but just to be on the safe side I put them in here anyway.

Last week I had an Upper Respiratory Infection (I’m still recovering from it). My doctor wouldn’t put me on any prescription medications because it was viral. Today I noticed when I was looking at my throat that I had these little bumps on my tongue. I’ve never really paid much attention to my tongue so I’m not sure if this is normal. So is this normal? Is this something I should be concerned about? I also have a sore in my ear. It only hurts when I touch it. I have no way of seeing in my ear so I’m not sure how it looks. What can I do to heal this sore? Is this something I should be concerned about?

Most upper respiratory infections are viral and recovery time can be as long as 2-3 weeks. Signs of bacterial infection would include high fever, exudates in the back of the throat, throat swelling, etc.

Little bumps on the tongue are completely normal. These are known as fungiform papillae which contain taste buds. On the back . . . → Read More: Last week I had an Upper Respiratory Infection (I’m still recovering from it). My doctor wouldn’t put me on any prescription medications because it was viral. Today I noticed when I was looking at my throat that I had these little bumps on my tongue. I’ve never really paid much attention to my tongue so I’m not sure if this is normal. So is this normal? Is this something I should be concerned about? I also have a sore in my ear. It only hurts when I touch it. I have no way of seeing in my ear so I’m not sure how it looks. What can I do to heal this sore? Is this something I should be concerned about?

I always have little white Sputum in my throat (not much thicker).Even if i try to spit it out or swallow, again it will be there.. Some time I hardly try to spit it out and it will end up with vomitting tendency. I do not have any other breathing problem or sick. This started about 6-7 months back.. This is irritating me lot. Can you please help me to solve it out?

Phlegm in the back of the throat is often a symptom of an underlying condition. The most common causes of phlegm in the back of the throat include post nasal drip, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and environmental exposure.

Post nasal drip is a condition with excessive mucus production by the nasal mucosa which accumulates in . . . → Read More: I always have little white Sputum in my throat (not much thicker).Even if i try to spit it out or swallow, again it will be there.. Some time I hardly try to spit it out and it will end up with vomitting tendency. I do not have any other breathing problem or sick. This started about 6-7 months back.. This is irritating me lot. Can you please help me to solve it out?

I am 59 yrs old and had an accident about 10 yrs ago and developed ringing in my ears since then. I asked my doctor about this and he had no answer (actually said I should answer the door if it rings, Ha) Is there any herb or any solutions to get rid of this constant ringing. Help

It appears that you are suffering from tinnitus. Tinnitus is an audible ringing noise perceived by the patient. Many cases of tinnitus are transient and resolves on its own. However, persistent tinnitus warrants medical testing. In your case, since you stated you had an accident resulting ni tinnitus, it appears that the root cause may . . . → Read More: I am 59 yrs old and had an accident about 10 yrs ago and developed ringing in my ears since then. I asked my doctor about this and he had no answer (actually said I should answer the door if it rings, Ha) Is there any herb or any solutions to get rid of this constant ringing. Help