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... I had my tonsillectomy and right sinus surgery Friday the 22nd. I have alot of mucus too, this coupled with the fact my uvula is so swollen makes it impossible for me to sleep. ... (12 replies)
... After 3 days with liquid Lortab I asked my Dr. for something more and they gave me Percocet to take every 2 hours. That helped much more. I am 29 days after my surgery. If you have pain when swallowing the answer oddly enough is to drink more. ... (47 replies)
... They gave me steroids for 24 hours in the hospital right after the surgery because it was massive and would sit on my tongue and curl up, and take up half my throat. ... (14 replies)

... every time i get a cold it goes right to my throat. my tonsils swell and the throat feels dry and scratchy. when i try to sleep it itches, making me want to swallow or cough. ... (1 replies)
... min on 20 min off cold packs... remember a frozen peas suggestion from somwhere to help with swelling and throat pain. ... (25 replies)
... hour after you take your pain medication. You might ask your doc for some throat spray pain medication. ... (2 replies)
... right after surgery. ... (4 replies)
... I discarded the traditional tonsillectomy option as I have heard that its very painful in adults with increased risk of postoperative bleeding and the recovery takes 2weeks to sometimes a month. ... (1 replies)
... and thought I was going to have a lot more nausea afterwards like I did with my last surgery. They gave me some medication to help with the nausea before and after surgery. ... (3 replies)
... I have had a tonsillectomy and a bit of sinus surgery done. ... (0 replies)
... e their tonsils are SMALL,but as u grow up into adulthood,so does your tonsils.As they grow they expand,encompassing a larger area.Thats y its so hard for adults after a tonsillectomy.BECAUSE its a bigger surface area that needs to heal. ... (0 replies)
... a headache alot,but overall its not as bad as some other people experiences.I do eat ensure,applesauce and mashed potatos.Though the mashed potoatos irritate my throat still. ... (1 replies)
... Hi! Wow, 12 surgeries, that's amazing. Thank you so much for all the advice - gave me more things to add to my list :) You're right, the fear is all because it is unknown. I have over 3 weeks to go before my surgery, so I'm not totally freaked out yet, but that will probably change as it gets closer! I keep saying I'm going to cancel it, lol, but I know I have to go through... (55 replies)
... oatmeal...and yogurt for thrush. Chloraseptic spray and sore throat lozenges for numbing. ... (55 replies)
... hrs after my last dose and need to make it to st least 3 hours. ... (47 replies)
... I gathered so much excellent advice here before my tonsillectomy that I wanted to give back by sharing my experience. I'm at day three today and will hopefully continue to update. A little background on my tonsils. ... (47 replies)
... inherent in a writing after the fact. ... (94 replies)
... d recommend that anyone having this surgery should have someone stay with them at least the first 5 days. At 26, I finally decided to have my tonsils taken out after years of avoiding the surgery. I witnessed my mother recovering from the surgery in her 40's and she had lost 14 lbs. ... (36 replies)
... up for a few as my pain was getting to me. I gotta say, this has not been a walk on the beach thus far. I gotta admit that I had second thoughts since yesterday after reading all these posts, but finally decided to man up and go for it. ... (84 replies)
... op have continual discomfort in the throat which does not seem to be diminishing. ... (1 replies)


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