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You most likely have a stone causing a partial blockage of your salivary duct. This is called sialolithiasis.
Treatment involves locating and removing the stone, by any of a number of methods.
To answer your question directly, you need to see an ENT doctor. I am sure they have them in Philadelphia.
The antibiotics will not cure things until the blockage is removed.
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