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Swollen tonsils, infection, taking amoxicillin, strep throat mono test negative. Suggestion?

Hi there I have my tonsils swollen for 4 weeks now I had my tonsils infection from my childhood so I get that infection almost 3-4 times in a year but usually It go away with amoxicillin , but this time after completion of my antibiotic it came back again they r kind of red , doctors did all the tests for it like strep throat mono they all came negative any suggestions pls and thanks
Asked On : Sun, 8 Apr 2012
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WELCOME TO HCM.
IT SEEMS U HAV AGAIN CAUGHT INFECTION OF UR TONSILS. U NEED TO TAKE AN ANTIBIOTIC, ANTIALLERGIC AND ANALGESIC TAB ALONG WITH BETADINE GARGLES. TAKE CARE OF UR ACID REFLUX ALSO. IF U R GETTING TONSIL INFECTION SO FREQUENTLY, BETTER U GET THEM REMOVEDSURGICALLY. OTHERWISE IT WILL START STEALING UR HEALTH ALSO.
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