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... This is a copy of LisaMP's excellent Guide to Adult Tonsillectomy for Family and Friends. ... (0 replies)
... Okay well I'm on day 2 of my recovery so far. ... (36 replies)
... I was 35 when I had my tonsils taken out. The doctor advised that I take 2 weeks off from work, and I needed every single day. The pain lasted for about a week, but I needed the extra week to fully recover. Believe me, you'll need it. ... (70 replies)

... out tomorrow morning and i am extremely nervous! I am 16 years old so i'm still uncertain if i will fall into the adult or child recovery category.. I was just wondering if anyone could respond and tell me how soon did they start to eat after their surgery? ... (0 replies)
... a post which was my bible during my recovery. She really outlined with such accuracy what the recovery would be like. ... (0 replies)
Feb 4, 2008
... This is a copy of LisaMP's excellent Guide to Adult Tonsillectomy for Family and Friends. ... (9 replies)
... I would like to share my tonsillectomy experience with you. If you are preparing to get the procedure and reading every blog you can find on the procedure, I hope that this will be of help to you. ... (0 replies)
... I posted my recovery diary and all that I had done in the LisaMP's Guide stickied to the top of this page. ... (9 replies)
... that is basically what happens. just remember that adult tonsillectomy is much different from a child's experience. ... (20 replies)
My Tonsillectomy
Mar 13, 2007
... Seeing as there are a lot of people interested in others experiences with tonsillectomy I figured I would put up post about my experience. ... (0 replies)
... I have compiled a list of most of the advice from the current ENT threads in preparation for my own surgery, on October 17th. ... (25 replies)
... like me that are fairly mature and very interested in what to expect, just to be prepared. Also, many parents, like my own, make sure they know about what their child will be going through. ... (0 replies)
... poo pills every day, get a an ice collar or even a collar to keep your mouth closed when you are a sleep to stop your mouth from drying out, chew gum, suck cough lollies, my surgeon said my body will tell me what I can eat. ... (38 replies)
... urt, I had to have my uvula cut out on "emergency" because the ENT said it swelled during surgery and was going to block my airway so I really think that made my recovery slower pain wise. ... (3 replies)
... I describe the sensation as a "fullness" in your throat from the swelling, but it wasn't really "painful". ... (4 replies)
... Jenny, as you may know from reading my posts, the medication concern was one that really worried me leading up to my surgery. ... (14 replies)
My Tonsillectomy
Apr 24, 2010
... this recovery is the worst ever. I so wish I had had this done as a child or teen...the recovery is noy nice, but it is so much better and faster than as an adult. Not to say a 20 yo such as Nickey is not an adult... ... (18 replies)
... I drank a ton of water and iced tea from day 1 on. ... (2 replies)
... I had strep throat really bad as a child that was never treated. So I ended up with tons of scar tissue which causes the good ole crypts. ... (168 replies)
... only I was not laughing. So next thing Iknew I was wakin up to my friend telling me I was in recovery and how awful my tonsils looked and how my doc said he had never seen tonsils that bad etc. I was going to be admitted overnight. ... (94 replies)

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