Oncology Questions? Ask an Oncologist for Answers ASAP
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I am a cancer doctor
I treat patients who have throat cancer.
thanks for upload photos of your throat
those are submucosal lymphoid tissue or fat deposits bumps on your throat
they are not blisters.
they can also be minor salivary glands.
they are normal to be there.
you don't have throat cancer.
pharyngitis is inflammation and redness of your throat
I don't see inflammation or sore throat symptoms here.
the "bumps" are not growing. they are the same size.
your anxiety is making you worried they are growing.
they are 100% normal
what are you referring to as white in the back of your throat?
those are not significantly white
they are normal variations in normal mucosal colors in the back of the throat.
you have blood vessels behind your mucosa in the back of your throat.
differences in where the blood vessels are can result in these changes in slight color.
it is not leukoplakia or any signs of throat cancer.