Symptoms of tonsillitis sore throat tonsillitis?

Possible. Sore throat could be from few possibilities-pharyngitis, tonsillitis/abscess, spine infections from the neck spine projection into pharyngeal space , retropharyngeal lymphnode- nodes behind the pharynx geting infected and cause inflammation /abscess involving the lymphnodes , adenoids infection which is lymphoid tissue behind the naso in the space called naso pharynx , layngitis, sinusitis drainage.

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I've been experiencing a mild sore throat similar to tonsillitis after an MMA session when I got choke. No other symptoms. Will it heal itself?

Sore throat. Its likely muscle contusion; however, you may also have sustained a fracture to thyroid cartilage or the cricoid bone. I recommend seeing your doctor to determine if you need imaging study. Also, avoid any further trauma to your neck until fully healed. Read more...

I had tonsillitis two months ago. My first zpack seemed to clear things up quickly but my symptoms returned about two weeks later. After waiting it out another week, I was put on a second zpack which took care of the sore throat but not the swollen tonsil

Recurrent tonsilitis. Could bereflux or recurrent infections. Could try prevecid/ and ranitidine for reflux, elevate head of bed , Avoid caffeine ,smoking alcohol, sodas energy drinks Would see ENT to diagnosis reflux or need for taking the tonsils out due to recurrent infections - sometimes the bacteria get into the crypts and can't be elminated. or may have abscess/ or need clindamycin. Read more...
See below. Assuming that you did have a strep throat, Z-pak may not have been effective because of the emerging resistance of GAS to Zithromax.Re-treatment for a swollen tonsil isn't indicated unless a peritonsillar abscess is suspected. Statistics show that in the U.S. the risk of severe side effects from antibiotics FAR outweighs the the the negligible risk of Rheumatic Fever>http://bit.ly/1d95OlO. Read more...

I am recently getting over tonsillitis and sinusitis and even though all the other symptoms are gone, I cannot swallow. Why? The sore throat, the congestion, etc. Etc. Etc....All the other symptoms are gone, but for some reason I can't even swallow my ow

The . The term is dysphagia meaning difficulty swallowing. It can occur as a residual effect after a severe infection. However, if you truly cannot swallow your own saliva and are losing weight you should consult an ENT so he can scope the area and evaluate your voice box and swallowing mechanism... Especially if it persists for more than two weeks.. Hope this helps -bwc. Read more...
The . The term is dysphagia - or difficulty swallowing. The reason i think you have it is when you have a tonsillitis or throat infection - the infection acts like a burn. The healing process from this burned area can cause swelling of the throat and lead to some impairment of the swallowing mechanism which should resolve once the mucosa, or lining cells, of the throat, heal. These cells have cilia, or microscopic hair cells which help move the food and mucous, and these are the first to be injured after an infection. They will heal, but until then, you can have a lot of mucous or saliva. Read more...

Could I have a chemical burn in my throat? Hello, I woke up with a sore throat yesterday. The back of it is white. My tonsils are swollen but, no pus pockets. I have had tonsillitis in the past. Beside a slight flemmy cough, I have no other symptoms. I go

Crazy . Crazy glue contains cyanoacrylate. If it becomes vaporized it can irritate the membranes of the eyes, nose, and throat but then becomes inert. After repeated use a person can become sensitized. There is a good possibility that they are two separate issues. Read more...

How do a sore throat and tonsillitis differ?

Differences. The throat can be sore for a number of reasons. The tonsils are rounded glands where the mouth and the throat meet. The tonsils may or may not be inflammed with a sore throat. Tonsillitis is inflammation of the tonsils (might be due to infection). If tonsils are really inflammed than it is likely that they will be sore. Read more...