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... tonsillectomy, when their uvula swelling went down. ... (4 replies)
... Hey, you sound just like me. I had my tonsillectomy on the 13th and went through the same things. It really isn't fun at all. ... (6 replies)
... I think the inability to sleep well because of the swollen uvula has been the worst thing so far. I am hoping that this will be as bad as it gets until the descabbing process starts in a few days, but who knows? ... (6 replies)

... I had a swollen uvula and my doctor told me it was normal. I took steroid shots and the swelling went down with no problem. ... (8 replies)
... Also, I too have the swollen uvula that seems to take up the only space left of my airway! I see my doc tomorrow and hopefully he can give me something. ... (14 replies)
... Hello again! Time for the Day 3 installment of my recovery from tonsillectomy report: I slept badly again last night, thanks mostly to the still very swollen uvula which kept half-choking me and waking me up. Also, I suffered on and off all night from some stomach cramping and discomfort, caused, I think, by constipation relating to the Percocet. I recommend... (1 replies)
... I'm 37, I had my tonsillectomy October 6 and I stopped the percocet after 2 days and switched to Tylenol Sore Throat and cough... ... (6 replies)
... Glad I'm not the only one with a swollen uvula. Man that sucks! ... (82 replies)
... I'm not sure what the "average" recovery of that swollen uvula is but I would guess it's somewhere around 2 weeks. The trick is to speed it up somehow with a drug. My pills were just too slow... ... (82 replies)
... today the swelling went down dramatically. It's almost back to normal. It was swollen to the point that it rested on my tongue as well. I'm now Day 11 Post Op. I was starting to think that I would need steroids to shrink it. ... (4 replies)
... I had a right tonsil that was larger than the left and had tonsil stones and swollen glands on right side. ... (2 replies)
... I would see another doctor if he is telling you to just get used to it. I had shots to reduce the swelling in my uvula after my tonsillectomy and I am a little over two weeks after surgery and my uvula is fine. ... (4 replies)
... Yeah the swollen uvula is very normal. Mine was hugeee and it stays that way for at least a week if not longer for others. ... (5 replies)
... I know that when my uvula was swollen it only made me talk funny and got in the way. ... (10 replies)
... I am on day 10 of my tonsillectomy recovery, and i can honestly say i never had any greenish mucus from my throat. ... (3 replies)
... Im having the same issue with my Uvula I am on day 2, and it made me gag and throw up last night, wouldnt stop dry heaving but it was mostly mucus mixed with a tony bit of blood... ... (3 replies)
... n. I was given something to relax me prior to GA. Morphine during recovery by IV. Supposedly I reacted to nothing. I did have tonsils, adnoids and part of my uvula removed. ... (2 replies)
... Actually, I have been reading that a few people also have their uvula removed, at the same time as their tonsils. ... (299 replies)
Jan 28, 2007
... s of ice pops. I can also say that the feeling of something gagging you or the drowning feeling in the back of the throat is a huge problem too. I do have a very swollen uvula. Things have to get better. Any advice, I will take it. I can't take 7 more days of this. ... (275 replies)
... I've dry heaved just because when I go to lightly cough it up it turn.s into full gag mode. Also my uvula touches my tounge and is so swollen im in day 6 right now miserable. I can deal with the sore throat just not the gagging and throwing up the mucous. Is this normal? ... (3 replies)

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