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With your CBC and differential count being normal, this is very likely due to GERD. A moderate to severe GERD / Hiatal hernia very commonly gives post nasal drip and changes in throat and tonsils. Please see this resource;
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Bitter tase in mouth is due to GERD.
Yes, if this was serious the lab tests would not have been normal. I would not be worried and get the GERD controlled better by the medications and life style measure. Please see the resource for it;
Medications like antibiotics can increase the severity of GERD, so this may be contributory factor.
The cheek problem can be due to the GERD and deficiency of vitamins can give you these spots and stress and anxiety can contribute to it. You can take over the counter multivitamins, which will take care of these oral symptoms (inside of mouth and lips).
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I would consider it to be GERD and all of your symptoms including burning in mouth and throat irritation are due to it only. Please do not worry at all.
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GERD is considered an important cause for the night sweats and anxiety and stress can contribute to it. Please see this authentic resource which tells about the GERD and night sweats;
You can ask your GP to provide you an oral anti-fungal medication for athlete foot. Fluconazole 150 mg every other day for 3 doses, followed by weekly fluconazole 150-200 mg for 1-2 months should take care of it permanently. Ring worm on the body too would not occur with this regime, though stress and anxiety are aggravating factors for it too.
Please do not worry about your burning mouth and irritation of the throat at all, which is nothing serious.
Lamisil may hurt liver or kidney only in about 0.1% people who take it for a very long duration. For a short course, it would not damages these organs. A drug induced side effect is usually reversible when the medication is stopped.
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