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... the first day especially, i was vomiting from the anesthesia, and running a fever and just in so much pain the 1st night. ... (1 replies)
... few days secondary to complications. Just depends on if you are going to have bleeding after. Years ago when my son was little they discharged him a few hours after surgery but meanwhile he started vomiting up blood so they kept him and I believe they had to take him bake to cauterize a few areas. ... (6 replies)
... ad this posting and it was unbelievably helpful! I printed out a copy and gave it to my boyfriend, so he doesn't think he's im going crazy... lol. I'm having my Tonsillectomy done on the 4th and my first day at my new college is supposed to be on the 14th... I'll be here everyday giving an update. ... (4 replies)

... This is a copy of LisaMP's excellent Guide to Adult Tonsillectomy for Family and Friends. ... (0 replies)
... very so you will probably have a much easier time than some. I was ready for the worst and pleasantly surprised by my recovery. Of course, my biggest fear was vomiting after surgery and the Zofran helped that. Hopefully it will work for you too. It's pretty strong stuff. ... (718 replies)
... bout the vomiting. I live in fear of that on a daily basis, although it's ridiculous to worry about it all the time. I totally understand being worried about it after a tonsillectomy though. Thank goodness lortab doesn't make me feel sick. I can imagine how difficult this recovery would be without it. ... (718 replies)
... Also, did anyone have a really bad experience with nausea and vomiting after anesthesia, NOT due to pain meds. Did anyone have Zofran? ... (718 replies)
... Aliber, did you mean you just had your tonsillectomy a week ago on the 19th? ... (8 replies)
... ine out on march 12, 2010 Just make sure you drink water non stop. Take something for the constipation if you are taking a lot of pain meds. I know its painful. After reading a gazillion posts i decided to go with the UK method after day 5 and i started to eat solid foods like toast, burgers, chicken, etc. ... (55 replies)
... I'm going to have to disagree with you guys; i'm a 24 year old female on day 8 of my surgery and i'm already thrilled to have done it. Starting 5 years ago I would get 3-10 infections a year, usually "strept" was what the doctors would tell me, shove some antibiotics at me and tell me to rest. Funny how impossible it is to rest when you're a full time university student (and... (5 replies)
... meal. I still have a sore throat, but it is similar to having a common cold type sore throat. I guess after not eating a single thing other than Ensure, popcicles and water for the past 9 days, my hunger has kicked in...YAY! ... (70 replies)
... You're right. That's the only good thing about this nightmare. I've lost more again. I'm at about 16 pounds. I think the vomiting and...well let's say that constipation is no longer a problem of mine...helped with the number jump. ... (84 replies)
... to Triage. I was turned away for not having a fever then. I eventually got better, but I still had just a tiny cough. Then I had the surgery. I had a tiny cough after the surgery, which has now progressed into the monster of all pain. ... (84 replies)
... Its day 7 after the surgery for me, and I'm starting to feel better, so thats positive! also i'm really amazed how fast the week went by. ... (72 replies)
... Hi! I had my tonsils removed on August 1st and I am now absolutley fine! However, as my previous messages on this board have detailed, it was not an easy recovery but you have to remain positive and accept the mashed and soft food as it is not worth risking something sharp which might encourage a bleed. I don't think I will ever eat scrambled eggs again as I had so many. ... (129 replies)
... se Tylenol which seems to be doing the trick. I take it every 4 hours on the dot, otherwise I am in excruciating pain . Should I still be feeling a lot of pain after 9 days? ... (129 replies)
... and the other two times were after force feeding myself in the morning in order to take the other pills. ... (72 replies)
... The day after my surgery I got very nauseated. I guess it must have been from the anesthesia? ... (3 replies)
... IV, fluids, Lots of nausea meds. in pre op area because I have a history of not doing well after anesthesia. Versed IV, remember going through doors, and talking to people just outside OR, and then waking up at 6pm. My surgery was at 11. ... (165 replies)
... That was one of my biggest fears, too! But it didn't happen, thankfully. I'm one of those people who will avoid vomiting at all costs. Regardless of how sick I feel, I'll force myself NOT to, just to avoid having to go through it. ... (1 replies)


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