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... go directly to my bloodstream since there are no tonsils to catch it first. But I'm very glad that I won't have chronic sore throats or constantly feel like I'm swallowing razor blades once I've fully recovered from surgery. ... (6 replies)
... though I find it so difficult to drink water, or any fluid for that matter. I end up crying from the pain of swallowing sometimes because it's so severe. ... (0 replies)
Apr 2, 2007
... Still painful, mornings were the worst. My nose was completely clogged from the sinus surgery, so i had to breathe through my mouth all day and all night. ... (275 replies)

Jan 25, 2007
... pm, checking back in today. I strongly recommend a solid 2 weeks recovery at home. It will save you the embarrassment of hacking up all the extra phlegm that you're going to have. It's horrible. Tastes and smells bad. ... (275 replies)
... Wow, this is so weird. I don't know if it's just a coincidence or a sign from above. I am subscribed to this thread (and still have not forgot about it or this site in general) and checked my email a few minutes ago and received a message about a post in here :eek: . I was thinking about posting in here again, because I just recently had work done on my upper airway. I... (42 replies)
... I just wanted to share my experience so far with it and was looking for others to compare stories with to see how my recovery is going compared to others. ... (3 replies)
... out of 10. I bled pretty bad with the surgery threw up alot of blood in recovery and the hold room they send you to after recovery. ... (1 replies)
... out document that LisaMP wrote from the perspective of a caregiver of a tonsillectomy patient. ... (168 replies)
... was so large I started having problems swallowing. Food would get stuck in my throat. I had problems with my adenoids too. Not being able to breathe out of my nose and trouble sleeping at night. I LOVE being able to breathe out my nose now!! ... (168 replies)
... I woke up in the recovery room back in the bed I was in before surgery. ... (16 replies)
... a little baby... Quite the strange feeling though when they put you under.. One minute you see all the doctors clustered around you, next you know you're in the recovery room. ... (27 replies)
... I'm a 25 year old guy, and have been recommended by my ENT that I get a tonsillectomy and uvuloplasty for sleep apnea specifically related to recurrent hypopneas. ... (2 replies)
... Well it's all done now. I arrived a bit early and they took me for prep relatively soon after getting there. I wasn't really nervous there which surprised me. I didn't need any medication to calm me down like my 8 year old son did. I changed into my hospital gown and they put an IV in my hand (my least favorite location). I answered a ton of questions and joked quite a bit... (7 replies)
... please read on about my experience. This is not intended to frighten anyone, but rather bring awareness if you are an adult considering this surgery. I had my tonsillectomy in 2002 at the age of 28. ... (36 replies)
... made me feel good the rest of the day. The next day at home i actually threw up at night from all the meds without taking any food with it. The puke came out my nose and mouth and was coming out in heavy globs in which i would assume was the mucus and meds. ... (84 replies)
... So for total tonsillectomy I think coblation is way to go. ... (2 replies)
... omething else moving. I will have to ask Dr. ENT about that when I see him. It does make a little sense. When I swallow now the liquids don't try to rush into my nose the way they have since the surgery. The pain of swallowing is still there. But you get used to you don't. At least I haven't yet. ... (54 replies)
... I've really struggled throughout this recovery period, as have so many of you on here and my heart goes out to everyone who's recovering. ... (6 replies)
... days in order to obtain appropriate pain control and establish good eating patterns, which helps to speed up recovery and probably reduce the risk of secondary infection. ... (11 replies)
... Also, I've been having a lot of trouble swallowing water this afternoon. I can eat anything strangely enough, but fluids are difficult to get down. ... (5 replies)

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