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Fibrosis, tonsillitis, consistent pain behind ear and throat, difficulty in opening mouth widely, jaw and teeth pain. Treatment?

hi doctor ... i m rishav,,,past one and half year my father is suffering from pain behind the eard and throat. he cant open his mouth more than two and half finger . a homeopath advised that he is suffering from fibrosis , chronic tonsilities and jaw locked.. recently few months some type of infections also ocuurs. and also have pain in jaw & teeth . plg advice me what to do?
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
Aug 2013
hello and welcome to HCM,

Your father seems to be suffering from a problem which we call the trismus and also tonsillitis. You need to do these as soon as possible and let me tell you there is no medication in any system of medicine which can cure the problem. You need to think seriously about intervention methodology.

1. There are different causes for trismus which can be infective, spastic, infiltrative so you need to consult an ENT/ dentist who can examine and Scan the area to get a treatment strategy.

2. The treatment depends on the cause but you may think in terms of local infiltration of steroid, placental extract and may be even definitive surgery which are quite a few in number

3. For the tonsillitis you need to consult your ENT as soon as possible so that a proper permanent treatment can be obtained which can range from medication to even tonsillectomy.

4. Remember that chewing tobacco and areca nuts or supari or pan masala is the leading cause of trismus so make sure he does not take any of these.

take care and get well soon

Dr Sriram Nathan
Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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