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    Weird Bump on soft palette and multiple on hard palette
    Thatguy1987 posted:
    Iv had these bumps for a few days now with a lil discomfort here and there. i was wondering if anyone could tell me what the heck they are. I dunno if its strept or not but your guess is better then mine!

    Thatguy1987 responded:
    here is a bigger photo of it
    An_250651 responded:
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    Thatguy1987 responded:
    Thatguy1987 replied to Thatguy1987's response:
    sorry these werent big enough here is the biggest
    An_250651 replied to Thatguy1987's response:
    I put it into tiny pic for you and will put the link below so someone can click the link and see the largest option available.
    Good Luck!
    undefined responded:
    I've got this unknown infection too and it doesn't seems to heal. Initial stage the throat swell and now the condition is the same as yours.

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