What Causes Swollen Lingual Tonsils?

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Acute infections cause swollen lingual tonsils. A bacteria infection can also cause swollen tonsils.
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Swollen lingual tonsils can be caused by acute tonsillitis, an infection with rapidly increasing symptoms such as a severe sore throat, fever and difficulties with swallowing, according
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To understand what causes swollen tonsils you must first understand what. tonsils. are. It is believed that the tonsils are part of the lymphatic system and help to protect against
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Strep throat is a sign of a swollen tonsil. It usually starts on one side, and
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Tonsilitis is almost always caused by bacterial infections or viruses. Gargle salt water to relieve the soreness, and if it gets any worse, see a doctor.
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