Tonsils are swollen and throat is sore but I don't feel sick?

Sore throat. Your sore throat and tonsil enlargement can be secondary to post nasal drip from nasal allergies. Ask your doctor for a steroid nasal spray, it will appease your symptoms.

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My tonsils are overly enlarged and swollen. I don't feel a sore throat or any pain. I had strep throat about a month ago.

Ee a docS. If the tonsils are very large, you get frequent infections and if you snore, those are reasons for assessment and even removal if it meets criteria. Viral infections can also enlarge tonsils. Read more...

Took her to the doctor today for fever of 103. Doctor stated that her tonsil are swollen and throat is sore and red. Now has rash on legs?

See doctor again. could be foot and mouth disease which is common in day cares. Could be a strep infection as well.. best to see her pediatrician again. Read more...
Common issue. You did not say what the doc did or said it was. This is a common presentation for strep throat, so if that was tested for ,diagnosed and treatment started, relax and give it some time. Read more...

Left tonsil w white pus w one sore on back of throat w pus. A slight sore throat for a week. Left lymth node swollen. Don't want to see dr if possible?

Pharyngitis. Is an inflammation of the throat (sore throat). The common cause is viral infection and usually no treatment is need it. However, strep throat is bacterial infection needs medical attention and antibiotics treatment to prevent future complications. Better safe than sorry. Read more...
Tonsillitis. Sounds as if this may be due to strep pyogenes, and treatment may not shorten the duration of illness but will protect you from developing post-streptococcal complications like acute rheumatic fever. You should probably see a doctor. Good luck. Read more...

I'm concerned because I have swollen tonsil but not a sore throat?

ENT exam. The swollen tonsil, if not painful could be left over from an old infection but an examination by an otolaryngologist is recommended to fully evaluate a persistently enlarged tonsil. Read more...