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... Hi, I thought I might make this post because I didn't see very tonsilectomy recoveries that were from a teenage point of view. I do understand that the adult tonsilectomy is supposed to be a lot worse and the healing process is slightly different so if you are an adult I wouldn't recommend this to you. ... (0 replies)
... swollen all the time. Is this part of normal healing or do I need to pay my doctor a phone call? ... (2 replies)
... Thank you! The peace of mind helps. Although I will say I have been coughing a lot in my sleep and that has been what's woken me up multiple times. (2 replies)

... On occasion, the initial cauterization does not hold. This can be from something you eat, or coughing too much.... a second cauterization usually does the trick. Youre going to be fine. Your surgeon went back and did what had to be done. He doesn't want to see you in his office again and more than you want to be there. He reinforced what he did the first time and you have... (2 replies)
... Give some thought to vitamin and mineral supplements before you have your surgery. Vitamin C, Zinc and Multivitamins have been shown to speed healing time after surgery - quicker healing means less pain for a shorter time You can buy generic multivitamons, vitamin c and zinc tablets for about 10 dollars all up at Walmart, so its a cheap excersise. One of each every... (0 replies)
... If tolerated, chew gum. Gum produces saliva and the enzymes in saliva have healing properties. ... (47 replies)
... Coablation is supposed to have a quicker healing time, however... he will still be looking at 10 day minimum to a two week maximum recovery time, barring complications. ... (1 replies)
... on its own and they sent me home with instructions to see the ENT specialist in the morning. He looked at me for all of 3 minutes and said you look fine you are healing and you shouldn't bleed again after day 14. ... (2 replies)
... Glad to hear you're past the worst parts anyway! My surgeon said the issue in the back of my throat now is that the healing areas are scarring--which is normal and they're kind of tight. Over time the tissue will relax and become more supple. Hopefully this is similar to what you're feeling. I told him my professional singing career was in jeopardy! He said it could be a few... (5 replies)
... I don't visit this site often so I didn't see your reply. Sheesh! By now you are, hopefully, feeling great and back in a normal existance! You said initially you had Ibuprophen post op---what the heck!? bleeding risk! hello! I am healing up nicely, my only complaint is now the "arches" in the back of my throat (on either side of my uvula) have filled in-like, they're not... (5 replies)
Tonsilectomy
Sep 20, 2009
... is truly to always have a glass of water with crushed ice in it. The cold water is soothing and hydrate the body also washes the wound. You mouth is the fastest healing organism in the body but it still takes time. ... (4 replies)
Tonsilectomy
May 29, 2009
... everythings going great, I'm back to eating normal and everything. I only have on problem and it makes me scared and I feel like its not healing right. where they took my tonsil out the little bit of scab that was left came off like a day ago. ... (5 replies)
Tonsilectomy
May 28, 2009
... I ate apple sauce and grits..and it was fine. The milk in the pudding could be making her sick..it did me at least. Milk is NOT good for the healing process..it makes the mucus in the throat heavy and hard to swallow..no ice cream..no pudding until at least 10 days after. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Brian, Well that's good that you're on your way toward healing! I was never told about the lifting etc. I'm actually feelilng worse since my last post. I think part of the reason for the increased pain is that I went back to work this past Tuesday. I'm a clinical coordinator for an adolescent group home and an in home family therapist. Plus, last night without... (6 replies)
... Hope you are healing well. ... (6 replies)
... after the operation. I believe that scratchy or firm foods can further irritate your already tender throat, which will make you hurt more and make your overall healing process take even longer. ... (12 replies)
... esthetic is still working it's way out of your body, which is one reason why you may be fooled in the first couple of days of feeling fairly good. Remember, the healing process naturally ramps up the body's pain level after those first few honeymoon days. ... (12 replies)
... All the while, I ignored that my right side was not healing like my left. I thought I was just a slow healer. Later, I looked into my throat and saw a white patch. ... (47 replies)
... At one point, I had excruciating pain that came and went in an hour. I had to wonder if that was part of my scab coming off. It took a while, but like this healing process, trying to fall asleep got old and I was sound asleep. ... (47 replies)
... had an abscess on my left tonsil that was also attached to my mouth. So they had to remove a portion of my mouth as well. So the left side of my mouth has more healing to do. It is in the works. Heh. ... (47 replies)


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