if they are red sort of blotches then they can just be ulcers.
It's Strep Throat.
Red bumps in the back of the throat could be a sign of a sore throat or an infection. It may also be a sign of tonsillitis.
Deficiency of the vitamins the tongue sore is the cause to tongue sore.
Yes and it can get infected and posably kill u.......... JK
If you have red bumps in the back of your throat, it may be caused by post nasal drip. It may also be an infection, or strep throat.
Red bumps on the back of throat can be an indication of different types of medical conditions caused either by a viral or bacteria infection. These conditions can include strep throat, mononucleosis, chickenpox, tonsillitis, and scarlet fever.
Strep is usually white bumps, but could be something else. If the bumps persist, see your doctor.
They could also be the normal circumvallate papillae.
Characteristics of strep throat include a severe sore throat that may cause pain or difficulty swallowing. The back of the throat is usually very red and there may be white patches in the back of the throat or on the tonsils.
Depending on the sensitivity of your skin, waxing can cause red bumps that resemble razor burn. There are ways to prevent or minimize the red bumps, such as exfoliating or applying warm compresses before waxing.
well not red bumps but will turn yoru tounge white and cause raised white bumps and make yoru tounge extremly sensitive
Those are your taste buds, if you ate something too hot or too cold then they show up. Nothing to be worried about! Hope I helped! :)
That depends on what ointment it is.
This could be a variety of things. Strep throat maybe but that becomes sore, possible STD - you should seek medical attention in the event it is a STD in your mouth/throat before it becomes serious.
The red bumps on the back of the neck below the hairline are typically associated with a rash. This often occurs due to heat.
Red bumps on your back could be run of the mill acne. It could also be a type of rash, insect bites, or a case of hives.
This is probably a bacterial infection of the throat. Go to a doctor and get antibiotics; an OTC drug will not work to remove the infection.