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Tonsillitis in left tonsil. Prescribed amox antibiotic. Safe to smoke weed?

I just want to know if i can still smoke weed while having tonsilitis in my left tonsil. I just got from the doctor and i forgot to ask a question about it. And now she gave me a antibiotics which os amox. And now i just want to know if i can still smoke weed and take amox. While high.. Is there any bad or good thing about it? Thx
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have acute tonsillitis and your Dr has advised some antibiotics to you Since you have a acute infection in tonsil and throat it is advisable not to smoke and keep your throat clean by taking warm water gargles three times in a day.Smoking in presence of acute infection may flare it more.So it is safe and will help yourself if you resist the temptation to smoke for few days till it gets cured.
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