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Herpes zoster treatment done, now have slightly enlarged tonsil without pain, slight phlegm. Still recovering from herpes?

I went through herpes zoster during which my right side glands on the head were swollen (behind the ear, front of neck , right tonsil etc). I got the proper treatment from my doctor and was successfully cured. My right tonsil is still a little enlarged (no pain, no white spots or anything) and I have very small flem production . Is it still recovering from the herpes? (It s been a few months now) Male, age 32, in otherwise good health
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
there are left out disease ymptomps and it recovers within 6 months
he enlargement takes time o come to normal but if it remains also there is no problem
phlegm can be due to allergy developed by treating medicines
can use anti allergic abs for some time till it become normal
Answered: Sat, 7 Sep 2013
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