These all started about a month and a half ago, initiated by symptoms similar to IBS. However, a few days after this, I was at the dentist's and they noticed a collection of white lesions on the roof of my mouth. After the inevitable prodding and scraping, it was discovered that they were easily removable. However, one week after removal, a mass similar to a tonsil stone formed, well... on my tonsil. I fear removing it, because as you can assume, the concept of it being something dangerous is essentially scary as ***l. Overall, a list of symptoms are: The removed lesions, the current mass, a chronic cough concurrent with my peer's coughs, strange lasting bloodshot patterns in eyes, ear pains (Disappeared a month ago, but still) alongside symtoms similar to some of IBS (sometimes painful and incomplete bowel movements, partial abdominal cramps that are usually relieved after bowel movements.)
Even if you disregard the latter, non-oral symptoms, does anyone have even a vague idea of what I have? I've raised it up with my mom, but she's the kind of person who thinks "once something reeeaaal bad happens, then I'll accept you're right. But until then, simply because you are paranoid and think you know you're right, you're wrong."
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