and we have consulted an ENT and he said it will be better to get the adenoidremoved and prescribed anti ... in addition to that he gave ambrolite to thin down the flum. and again he suggested to get the adenoidremoved ...
dose . Also found out by an xray today that he also has a moderate enlargement of the adenoids. Dose this mean that his tonsils & adenoids will come out. I m not concern if they do, I am just wondering. Thanks ...
My daughter is 7. She had her adenoidsremoved on Wednesday. Was not given any antibiotics. Is this normal after surgical procedure? Also, she is very itchy. Had very weird stinging sensations all over her ...
removal of both the adenoids and tosils. she is 10yrs old. i had also been reading articles on its ... that do not encourage the surgical removal of the adenoids and to look into other more conservative ...
Adenoid is a type of tonsil lying in the nasopharynx.
It is collection of lymphoid tissue.
It protects against the infection.
But unusual growth of hypertrophy of this adenoid tonsil is called adenoid hypertrophy.
Generally present in age group of 5 to 8 years.
It present with nasal obstruction, otitis media and fever.
Treatment is a surgery that removeadenoids.
Hi, my daughter had adenoidsremoved and now has an extremely runny nose and coughing is this normal or does it need to be treated??
Thanks for your query. If your daughter has been suffering from frequent attacks of cold, she apparently has chronic sinusitis; possibility of nasal allergy is strong. She requires anti-allergics , such as Monteleukast and anti-histaminics, such as, Ceterizine and frequent steam inhalation. Consult your ENT specialist, who will prescribe appropriate medicines.
How long after having my tonsils and adenoidsremoved can i start singing again? my surgery is tomorrow
Hello and welcome to HCM,
The tonsils and adenoids are placed away from the vocal cords.
After surgery on tonsils and adenoids time is required for healing of the tonsillar and adenoid bed.
Once they heal up, you can start with your normal activities.
You need to stay in touch with your surgeon for regular examination of the surgical sites.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal