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Had removal of tonsil. Now tongue pulling to left side, neck pain. What disease?

hi i had sex with my girlfriend and had a swollen tonsil then i had to remove it as i removed the tonsil i have got an abnormal felling of mouth. now my tongue is pulling to left side and the small tonsil is not aligned it irrited always and soar the doctor don t care what type of deases it would be to pull you tongue to the left side and have a bit of pain on the thyroid and neck pain?
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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You got your tonsil operated?
Tongue should not get pulled to one side, you must get an ENT consultation so that proper examination is done.
Pain could be because of some other problem.
If you have not had a tonsil surgery then you must take care of reflux disease ie acid reflux from the stomach if it occurs then it causes a sore throat again and again and causes pain and tonsil enlargement.
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