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Removal of Appendix. Is this safe?

Hi, I had my appendix removed on Feb. 14. I was released from the hospital the following day. I was released to go back to work by the surgeon one week prior to surgery . My step son same home from his mom s house with strep during my recovery. I became very sick and went to the doctor and was diagnosed with pharyengitis. I am on a Z pac and seem to be doing better. However, it is now allergy season. I teach horticulture and have a terrible problem with allergies. I generally take raw local honey. Is this safe? Also, when am I going to feel GOOD again?
Asked On : Wed, 23 Mar 2011
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Hi, Welcome to Healthcare Magic Forum.
You should recover from Appendectomy surgery pretty soon if you take your medicines regularly and go for the follow up. For Pharyngitis, you may need antibiotics, speak to your Doctor so that he may examine you. Having honey is not harmful, if you are not a Diabetic.
Good Luck and Take Care.
Answered: Wed, 23 Mar 2011
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