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Hi, I have a lump at the back of my throat, on what I believe may be called the pharynx wall? its the wall that is behind the uvula. it is just smaller than a 1p and seems to be made up of 3 or 4 clusters, so not a smooth lump.
I have been to the docs but have to wait 2 weeks before I can see ENT specialist for tests... doc didn't leave me feeling great and I have already convinced myself of the worse possible outcome...
I've tried to take a picture but cant seem to get close enough to it for it to be clear, so I realise I'm not going to get an answer as to what it is on this site, but I suppose my question is... what else could this possibly be...? and how common is it for a lump at the back of the throat to be cancerous.
Any advise appreciated.
Please remember that not all lumps are cancers. To make a diagnosis, the ENT specialist will most probably need to do a biopsy to determine what the lump you described is.
Hope that helps. Let us know how you get on.
Disclaimer: Please see your own dentist/doctor for a proper diagnosis as my words should not, in any circumstances, be taken as dental/medical advice.
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