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Septic Tonsillitis Symptoms
I have what looks like black ink coming out of my nose help really worried I'm on antibiotics for septic tonsillitis?
See your doctor: See the doctor who put you on the antibiotic. You may have a sinus infection as well as tonsillitis. Some types of infection cause different colored discharge, and not all respond to the same antibiotics. Your doctor may need for you to see an ear, nose and throat specialist to take a look inside your nasal passages. ...Read more
A case of white stria on hips and lots of fats depositions with wrinkles, a dark spot of pigmentation on lower lip and septic tonsilitis, diagnosis?
Had my tonsils removed when I was 14, am now 34 and had spectic tonsillatis 4 times how can this happen?
Doubt diagnosis: "septic tonsillitis" may be an idiosyncratic term for a strep throat, a retropharyngeal abscess (which killed george washington), ludwig's deep tissue infection, or any of several other throat infections that have nothing to do with whether the palatine tonsils are still present. Or the pharyngeal tonsils, which are usually left in, may have been infected. ...Read more
Pain and obstruction: Tonsillitis is a viral or bacterial infection of the tonsils in the throat. The major symptoms are 1.) throat pain, 2.) pain on swallowing, 3.) often tender neck glands, 4.) foul taste in the mouth, and 5.) hypertrophy (marked enlargement) causing snoring or a true sleep disorder. ...Read more
Tonsillitis: Pharyngitis and tonsillitis are associated with throat pain or sore throat. Inflamed tonsils, such as may be found in strep throat, are swollen, red, and may have some purulent exudate (pus). There are possible complications of strep throat which involve headache, such as sinusitis, and rarely, meningitis or brain abscess. Most cases, however, are self-limited with symptoms resolving in 2-5 days. ...Read more
Symptoms can include: throat pain, ear pain (referred from throat pain), swollen tonsils, red tonsils, white patches on tonsils
swollen nodes in upper neck, fever, fatigue, body aches, pain with swallowing, voice change
if symptoms persist or are severe see doctor right away
if any trouble with breathing, go to er. ...Read more
Tonsillitis Symptoms: Acute tonsillitis, that is less than two weeks' duration, leads to sore throat, swollen lymph glands in the neck, and fever. The usually cause is a virus, but bacterial infections may occur, but are much less frequent. Chronic tonsillitis is all of the above, but usually without the fever. Go see your doctor. ...Read more
Not usually: Infected or inflamed tonsils can be quite painful. A bacterial infection will usually respond in a couple of days to antibiotics - there are medications to minimize the discomfort while the antibiotics are working (throat lozenges, nsaid's, prescription pain medications, etc). Viral tonsillitis requires time to resolve - the same pain meds noted above can help. ...Read more
I was treated for tonsillitis yesterday and today I feel worse. Is it possible to have something else with the same related symptoms?
Take the medications: You already examined by the doctor if there is some thing else, your doctor might have informed you, take the medications and call for follow up visit ...Read more
Generally no: Tonsillitis refers to inflammation of the tonsils. Losing your voice is laryngitis. If you have an upper respiratory infection caused by a virus, it could be affecting the entire upper respiratory tract and you could have laryngitis, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, and sinusitis to name a few. ...Read more
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