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Tonsils removed, hives, HPV virus. Taking morphin. On catheter, affected urination. Suggestions?

my daughter has just had her tonsils removed she is 35and has various reactions one getting hives , unfortunately she has the virus HPV and wondered if this would have a bad reaction. she was cathaterised after the op has she was given morphin and it affected her frrom urinating it is three weeks since the op and she is still very poorly, Any feed back would be wonderful thank you my e mail address is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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You must consult a doctor because proper examination is more important to come to a diagnosis.
You might need to take antibiotics and anti histaminics medications.
You should drink lots of water .Check the urine output now.
Tonsil removal and HPV infection may be related as any surgery can cause the immune system to fall and so the viral infections increase and cause symptoms .It will take a few dasy but will improve.
take healthy diet.
Answered: Wed, 27 Nov 2013
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