Nearly everyone experiences pain after a tonsillectomy. Pain is most often in the
throat and frequently in the ears but may also be located in the jaw or the neck.
Sep 4, 2014 ... Sore Throat Removing the tonsils causes sore throat! This can last from 1 day to
2 weeks. Keeping hydrated is the best way to prevent the pain.
Expect very bad breath and a foul taste in mouth. Chewing gum and drinking lots
of fluids will help. It is common to have significant earaches after tonsillectomy.
A tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure to remove entire tonsils. ... In the first 24 to
48 hours after surgery, it's a good idea to give your child regular pain ...
... preparing for a Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy, as well as what to expect
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What you need to know after an adult tonsillectomy has been performed ... from
your nose or mouth, or bleeding that is worse than what you were told to expect.
Expect pain in the ears between the third and seventh days — ear pain is ... If you
look in the back of their mouth after tonsillectomy you will see the scab — pale ...
Apr 10, 2014 ... But for adults, recovery isn't always as easy as patients expect. ... cases of adult
outpatient tonsillectomy in a nationwide insurance database ...
What To Expect After Surgery. The surgery may be done as outpatient surgery or,
sometimes, during an overnight hospital stay. A very sore throat usually follows ...
After many infections, the tonsils and adenoids often become enlarged. This can
interfere with breathing. Enlarged adenoids can also affect the tubes that ...