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I get throat infection when i travel from one place to another

Hi Friends, I get the throat infections as and when I travel from one place to the other. I am not sure for the reason. Is it smoking? Is it due to the low immunity? Is it due to the lifestyle? My Life style is :- I get up come to office , go back and sleep. Week ends i go for outings. I eat little junk but mostly my diet consists of roti and dal. I had tonsilitis symptoms once a doctor told me. But then when i take medicine like woxyrol it comes down. So i want to know in detail. What should i do to prevent from getting throat infection again? Thanks!
Asked On : Tue, 3 Nov 2009
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Since you have a history of having tonsillitis, it could well be tonsillitis again. The fact is that the most common thing to happen with wether change and water change is tonsillitis. You have two options, take medications each time you get and and th next is surgery. this is what was told to me when i went to ENT guy with repeated tonsil infections.


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