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Have tonsillitis, asthma. Taken azithomicine, cifixime, amoxicllin. Remove tonsils?

I am 22 years old suffring from frequently tonsillitis last 5 years and asthama when i was 1 year old , i have been taken daily verious high antibioties such as azithomicine, cifixime, amoxicllin ect . but not benifite this treatement ,doctor suggiested to remove tonsil but my mind is not prepaired it is requested you to give your opinion in this regared. Thanking you
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Hello ,
For every patient tonsillectomy is not recommended as a treatment option , most of the times it will be relieved by taking antibiotics and maintaining proper oral care taking clean drinking water , tonsillectomy surgery is recommended for those patients with recurrent tonsillitis and attacks more than 4-6 times per u need not worry much about it and when ever you get the tonsillitis take the complete course of antibiotics and iodine mouth gargles..

Take care ..bye
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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