Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer Symptoms - Oren Zarif


Do you know the difference between oral and pharyngeal cancer symptoms? If you are diagnosed with cancer in any part of your body, you should be aware of the symptoms that go along with it. Because they are in the throat, they can be difficult to diagnose. A person may get a lump in the throat and think nothing of it until the next flu season. On the other hand, a lump in the neck could be a symptom of oral and pharyngeal cancer.

You can test for oral and pharyngeal cancer symptoms at home. For instance, if you have a cough that doesn't go away, you can perform a throat culture to see if you have oral HPV. Your doctor will do an exam to look for common cancer symptoms and will order tests to determine if the virus is present. If it is, he or she will likely start you on treatment.

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Oral cancer symptoms include a sore throat that doesn't heal in two weeks. You may also experience tonsil balls. Tonsil balls are small whitish or yellow chunks of bacteria that lodge in the back of your throat. They are caused by the same virus that causes common tonsillitis - a group of bacteria called streptococcus.

Other oral cancer symptoms include a voice that hoarse, a cough that comes with a fever, and difficulty swallowing. Sometimes, a patient experiences pain in the jaw or neck as well as changes in the skin around the mouth. If the tumor is malignant, it will also cause bad breath. The mouth will emit a bad odor as well as make it difficult to eat and speak properly. A person may cough constantly, but won't be able to fully clear his or her throat. Oral and pharyngeal cancer symptoms tend to worsen with time.


If you have had oral surgery, you might have a scar that stays visible even after you have cured the cancer. Sometimes, the scar looks worse than before because of the healing process. Sometimes, there are small pockets in the mouth where the cancer had been growing - these are the sites where the surgery had occurred. Sometimes, the pockets change color during the healing process, and they might not be clear when you look in the mirror.


Oral and pharyngeal cancer symptoms do not usually become apparent until the cancer has spread to other parts of the body. It can spread to the lungs, liver, bones and joints, as well as organs in the chest and abdomen. As it spreads, you will notice that the throat looses its voice. If you experience any or all of these symptoms, you should consult a doctor as soon as possible.