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Foamy Mouth Tonsillectomy
Not usually: Sometimes the taste can be affected, hopefully short term, by the operation itself. In order to expose the tonsils a device is used which pushes the tongue down. If the operation takes a long time this device can sometimes cause temporary damage to te tongue. Rarely this can last a long time with change in the sense of taste. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
My son is on his 7th day post tonsillectomy and he has white stuff inside of mouth is that an infection?
I don't think so.: It's probably a healing tissue you are seeing. ...Read more
Is it possible to rip open the scabs if I open my mouth too much after tonsillectomy for brushing and/or chewing.?
Yes: Ulikely with the brushing, but with chewing, particulary what you are chewing you need to be carefull. ...Read more
I had a tonsillectomy approximately 2 months ago. I have a bad - not quite bitter taste in my mouth, but the worst part is I can't taste most things.
Sense of smell: Taste is augmented by the sense of smell. Having said that I'm not sure what is going on but I think you should check with your doctor or get another opinion ...Read more
Tubes in tonsillecto: Tonsillectomy is performed under general anesthesia and it requires intubation either thru mouth or nose. ...Read more
10 days postoperative tonsillectomy/adenoidectomy. My daughter says her mouth is "foamy". What should she be doin? She is drinking water constantly
Foamy: Probably nothing. Symptom should resolve three weeks after procedure. Should not be gargling. ...Read more
I just had tonsillectomy and adnoids out, I am on day 6 and I have a horrible taste in my mouth causing me to not swallow, drink, or eat!
See your doctor: If your symptoms have been worsening like this, you need to see your doctor for an evaluation to see what's going on. ...Read more
Last week I got a tonsillectomy now the left side of my mouth itches and hurts, can't bite down, swollen, X-ray came neg for abscess what is it?
Talk to surgeon: You should direct these postoperative questions directly to the surgeon. ...Read more
The top/back of my mouth hurts. Mainly when I swallow. It feels like it did when I had tonsillitis but I had a tonsillectomy 2 years ago. Any advice?
Pharyngitis: Throat infections are quite common-even if you did have a tonsillectomy. Different viruses and bacteria can cause these symptoms. A throat culture or rapid test can help find out the cause. Once that is done, the treatment can be targeted towards that. In the meantime, hot lemon tea with honey, throat lozenges, even tylenol (acetaminophen) would be helpful. See a doc for the diagnostic test and targeted treatment ...Read more
10days postoperative tonsillectomy. I believe my mouth is full of thrush surgeon says didn't think so. But tongue and throatvery raw. What should I do?
Try Hydrogen Peroxid: Rinse and swish around in your mouth some diluted hydrogen peroxide. A few capfuls in an 1/8 cup of water. Then spit it out. ...Read more
How to keep mouth moist after tonsillectomy? Have to breathe out of mouth due to nasal surgery. Drinking lots of liquids hasn't helped. Anything else?
Tonsils and nose?: Was your nose recently operated on or are you referring to previous surgery on nose. If old surgery, consider breathe right nasal strips to help open your nasal passages. If not and you has concurrent nasal surgery, consider biotene oral rinse prior to sleep, and keep nasal passages open by using saline nasal sprays and valse line on lips. ...Read more
Can not tonsillectomy should be eradicated despite that cause pain in both the mouth and throat even further from the tonsils?
Tonsillectomies: Still need to be done sometimes for people with recurrent infections or when it obstructs airway. They have not been routinely for many decades. ...Read more
Last week I got a tonsillectomy now the left side of my mouth itches (teeth & gums)and hurts X-ray came neg for abscess what is it? Hurts to bite.
Displaced TMJ disc:
During procedure when they had your mouth wide open for the precedure, the disc may have displaced and your bite is now off causing pain when your teeth meet. If the itchy teeth and gums are only in the upper teeth could be dis location is pressing on a ligament
Do you hear any new noises when you open and close? Hearing slightly diminished? See your dentist for TMJ eval;avoid hard foods
I had a tonsillectomy 3 days ago today and now the scans on my throat are bright green and I can barely open my mouth. Should I go to the hospital?
Call your surgeon: Just call your surgeon's office, explain the situation, and they will direct your care. No need to run to the hospital. Call today. ...Read more
Is bloating light of tonsillitis for two months with pain in the throat and mouth means that he must tonsillectomy?
Got my tonsillectomy on Monday. So I'm on my 6th day. Throat and Mouth is dry, hurts to swallow, feeling sharp pains. No amount of water helps. Help?
Dry throat: Because it hurts to swallow after a tonsillectomy, patients often get dry mucous membranes which worsens post-op pain. Gargling with warm salt water can help, as can numbing lozenges that relieve pain. Drooling, inability to swallow, bleeding, difficulty speaking or difficulty breathing should be evaluated as soon as possible by a physician. ...Read more
I had a tonsillectomy 9 days ago, and was wondering if the white stuff where the tonsils used to be are the scabs? .
Yes: What you are looking at are the scabs. Take care to follow your surgeon's post operative directions. ...Read more
I got a tonsillectomy on the 16th and my tongue is covered in this nasty beige layer that almost feels like a fuzzy blanket.?
I am suffering from cryptic tonsils. Food particles get stuck in depressions on tonsils. What can be done except undergoing tonsillectomy?
Had tonsillectomy 3 weeks ago. There are bumps where the tonsils used to be, 1 on the left, atleast 2 on the right. Is it normal? I'm afraid they're remnant
P/tonsilectomy: At the 3 week point after a tonsillectomy, it is not unusual for the tonsil beds to look irregular. Findings range from white specks of residual scab, redness and normal looking areas, depending on how healing has progressed. Be sure to follow up with your ENT surgeon as scheduled, and ask about your concerns. ...Read more
Not usually: As part of your preop paperwork, you usually relinquish ownership of removed tissues. Once they are removed, those tonsils are no longer yours. ...Read more
Don't panic: White coating of the tongue is not a serious problem. Usually is reflection of other problems (like use of antibiotics, digestive issues, bad oral hygiene). Due to your recent surgery once you start eating normal food and brushing better white coating will go away. If it persists longer then 2 weeks see you physician. ...Read more
16 days after tonsillectomy and food is always getting stuck in the holes where my tonsils were, will this stop?
Yes of course it will stop but we need to share this information with your surgeon that perform the surgery
So gargle with salt and water and try to rinse your mouth from any food that might get stuck there
But see your surgeon each one of us have different way for post op care ...Read more
I just had a tonsillectomy, should the holes left over by the removed tonsils be black inside. And how long does it take for the new holes to seal up?
Tonsil eschar: This is obviously a crust in the tonsillar fossa called an eschar. The fact that his black usually is because the surgeon utilized heat to stop the bleeding when they took the tonsils out. This could be with a laser or with cautery. It usually takes 2 to 3 weeks for this to disappear completely and it always does. In the meantime you should be eating soft food to help wash this away. I usually recommend that my patients should eat a hamburger on the fifth day ...Read more
Yes: The tissue will undergo pathological studies that reveal both obvious and obscure diagnoses. ...Read more
More time needed: If tonsillectomy was 5 days ago, the tonsil beds are undergoing the process of sloughing, where the surgical areas lose the clotted "scabs" that form after removal of the tonsils. The muscles around the tonsils are sore from the recent surgery, and it's impossible to move your tongue without disturbing these areas - it's likely the cramping will decrease in time, but check in with your surgeon. ...Read more
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