My tonsils are swollen and lumpy, once in awhile I get what I think is a tonsil stone , that I ... the summer, to see if I have to get them removed, but I was just wondering if since theyre all lumpy and red ...
Several years ago we drove my son to Pa to a doctor there to remove his tonsils by a new? or different type of surgery for removingtonsils. I can not remember the name of the procedure or the doctor ...
my six year old girl had her tonsilsremoved about a month ago and ever sence she will run fever complaine of headaces nausa turn pale and then the next day she will be fine and the next day it starts all ...
having the same problem.I consulted a doctor and he advised me to remove my tonsils.So can you just tell me how painful my tonsilremoval will be and its cost and the best doctor for it in Jalandhar punjab ...
I think I have a tonsiolith. I can t remove it myself. It doesn t hurt although sometimes I get a little mucus in my throat and feel like there s an object there. It comes and goes. Sometimes other small ...
.Now the doctor is telling that the surgery is required to remove the tonsilitis and we asked for medicine to cure ... cunsultation doctor found and told us,this ear pain is due to Tonsilitis,which we are not aware at that time ...
had a feeling in my throat like tonsillitis, but not sore. ive had my tonsilsremoved and this has persisted for 3 weeks now. there are also 2 large veins
Since your tonsils has removed already,the feeling of tonsillitis may be due to-throat or ear infection.
It can also be due to pericoronitis of impacted wisdom tooth which is inflammed.
I would advice you to get a thorough clinical evaluation by a dentist as well as E N T Specialist.
Meanwhile,gargle frequently with lukewarm saline.
Avoid spicy allergic cold foods.
How long after having my tonsils and adenoids removed 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
is it normal for there to be little
holes in tonsils
Yes, these are normal and are called crypts in medical language.
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