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doctor1 MD

tonsillectomy my daughter had her tonsils and adenoids out yesterday. she now has some leg ... seizures . ...

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I am doing a question for school and I am to explain why a tonsillectomy in a child is less likely to involve complications than the same procedure in an adult. I find a lot of the complications are the same ...

doctor1 MD

yes I would like to know why a tonsillectomy in a child is less likely to involve complication than the same procedure for an adult ...

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I had my tonsils removed on Tuesday morning at 9:00, it's Friday now and I haven't had a dip of tobacco since Monday night, I feel like I'm going crazy from withdrawals and don't want to quit right now, would i be safe to put a dip in and brush my...

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What are the pros and cons of a child's tonsillectomy vs an adult's tonsillectomy? ...

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able to keep up. He had sleep apnea and we felt it was corrected after tonsillectomy ... and bouncing his legs up and down. Should we be concerned about seizures. He is asleep during this. ...

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hi my name is kayla, my professor has gave me an assignment on why is tonsillectomy in a child less complicated than in a adult. please help i have searched every where and i cannot find a answer? ...

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noticable absence seizures . EEG shows almost continuous partial seizure activity in all areas of brain. MRI ... child who tires easily and has a history of amblyopia (surgery correction), tonsillectomy ...

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hello, I'm wondering about my 8 year old daughter. She faces a Tonsillectomy and I'm concerned about the weight gain in children after this surgery, plus the in-effectiveness I'm hearing about ...

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Sir I have to get this Tonsillectomy done for my son so I wanted to know what are the advantages and the disadvantages of the same. ...

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hi iam 36 years old male and i suffer with high blood pressure and iam taking concor 5mg daily but iam also suffering with tonsils from childhood but now it comes yearly twice and they are enlarged doctor said i should get removed them as...

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Hi, my doctor has advised me to get my tonsils removed as in the past 9 months ,4 times i had to do the antibiotic course due to tonsil but once the course is done it comes back after two weeks or so.My job requires me to deal with people so can t...

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Hey It s been 13 days including the day of surgery since my tonsillectomy , I am 20 years old and a heavy weed smoker and was hoping i could get an answer to whether its alright or not to smoke by now. I ...

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Explain why a tonsillectomy in a child is less likely to involve complications than the same procedure for an adult. ...

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My 8-yr-old son s allergist has recommended a sleep study and then possibly a tonsillectomy. We don t want to have surgery unless it s absolutely necessary. He does have seasonal allergies ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, go for tonsillectomy. Thanks

doctor1 MD

Well, that depends on the place and expertise of the surgeon operating. thanks

doctor1 MD

Yes, medications like valproic acid or ethosuximide can be used. See your neurologist.