Last week I had quite strong sore throat so I went to the doctor. She said it was angina and I got antibiotic. Now I am good and I wouldn't worry if I wouldn't see that only one tonsil is enlarged. I read that it can be cancer. I am also afraid because I have a little ball under the jaw, but I discovered it 5 or 6 years ago and the doctor said it was just enlarged lymph node and ignored it. I am afraid that my symptoms are ignored by the doctor, and I don't know if I should worry. Except for that I feel good, and like I said I'm afraid only because I saw the tonsil by myself. The doctor said nothing about it.
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - General Medicine
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In some person tonsils will little enlarged due recurrent infections during childhood. And small boils below jaw may be some deficiency or due to indigestion so don't worry of thinking cancer. As it can stress and others hormonal imbalances.
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