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White spots over tonsils, fever, body pain with mild shivering. Took Refzil, paracetamol. Best solution ?

Hi, I am facing tonsilittes problem for almost 6-7 yrs now, the infection is though mild but it occurs every month..the symptoms are white spots over tonsils gland , fever upto 100, body pain with mild shiverring. I am 29 yesra old female and married. My height is 5.1 feet . I do not have hereditary problems but in general have low immunity . I have consulted many doctors as it was an old problem but in last 1 year the problem is more frequent. I have been taking refzil-o 500 antibiotic for some time now with parecetamols. Also I moved to homeopathic medicines but I found them too mild to treat my infection. Please suggest the best solution, will be v thankful.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.From the history you are having acute on chronic Tonsillitis.Please take
1) Tab Erythromycin 500mg twice daily
2) Tab combiflam 1tab three times a day for a week and once your infection is under control go ahead for surgery of Tonsillectomy.This is the only way to solve your problem permanently.and to avoid repeated infection.
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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