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After tonsil or adenoid removal, the researchers found a twoto three-times increase in diseases of the upper respiratory tract. They identified smaller increases in risks for infectious and. After tonsil or adenoid removal, the researchers found a twoto three-times increase in diseases of the upper respiratory tract. They identified smaller increases in risks for infectious and allergic diseases. Following adenotonsillectomy, the risk for infectious diseases rose 17 percent.

After tonsil or adenoid removal, the researchers found a twoto three-times increase in diseases of the upper respiratory tract. They identified smaller increases in risks for infectious and allergic diseases. Following adenotonsillectomy, the risk for infectious diseases rose 17 percent. After tonsil or adenoid removal, the researchers found a twoto three-times increase in diseases of the upper respiratory tract.

They identified smaller increases in risks for infectious and allergic diseases. Following adenotonsillectomy, the risk for infectious diseases rose 17 percent. After tonsil or adenoid removal, the researchers found a twoto three-times increase in diseases of the upper respiratory tract. They identified smaller increases in risks for infectious and allergic diseases. Think Twice About Tonsil, Adenoid Removal.

THURSDAY, June 7, 2018 (HealthDay News) Having tonsils removed in childhood is supposed to end chronic earaches and breathing problems. But what if it also increases risk of respiratory infections?As for adenoids, which are glands at the roof of the mouth that are usually removed to help with middle ear infections, researchers discovered that childhood surgery to remove those may make a person twice as likely to get chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and doubles a person’s risk of getting conjunctivitis, the Telegraph reports.

“For children 3 and older, the surgeon usually removes both tonsils and adenoids. On occasion we will address tonsils in children younger than 2, and we will do what is called an intracapsular tonsillectomy, which is partial removal of the tonsil tissues,” she says. 2. They are causing recurring throat infections. Tonsils and adenoids often become enlarged or inflamed when they’re fighting a pathogen. However, some children have enlarged tonsils and adenoids.

Tonsil and Adenoid Removal Procedure. The removal of either or both the tonsils and adenoids involves the child or person being anesthetized. As any procedure involving anesthetics is serious and has serious risks, the procedures are done with much precaution.

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During the operation, the surgeon separates and removes the tonsils from the side of the throat; the adenoids are removed from behind the palate.

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Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy are performed if the tonsils become recurrently infected.

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Tonsillectomy is rarely required in recurrent tonsillitis unless the tonsillar enlargement obstructs the pharynx.

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The adenoids are usually removed because they are almost always infected when the tonsils are.

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If the tonsils are large and the obstruction is severe, then removing the tonsils in addition to the adenoids may be necessary.

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If you suffer from tonsillitis frequently and breathing becomes difficult, they can be removed surgically in a procedure called a tonsillectomy.

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The adenoids and tonsils often become swollen and infected; they may be surgically removed if they become chronically inflamed or are otherwise problematic.

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There is no anatomical connection between the tonsils and the larynx and singers can rest assured that the removal of two, large, infected, swollen and sound absorbing lumps (tonsils) in the throat will probably enhance vocal quality by making more space available and removing a source of recurrent infection.

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Enlarged pharyngeal tonsils (adenoids) may cause nasal obstruction.

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Adenoidectomy (removal of adenoids) and tonsillectomy (removal of tonsils) may also be performed, although there is some controversy about the effectiveness of these procedures in resolving OM.

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  • Has any adults in there 30 have gotten them removed if so can yall tell me yall experience did it hurt what yall eat how long were yall in the hospital

  • I keep getting tonsil stones so I want my tonsils to be removed �������� I’m crying rn and I can’t breathe proerly cus I’m panicking

  • Thank you so much for this video. I had a tonsillectomy on the 26th of December 2018 and I over heard the nurse say to another that they took out my adenoids too. I had never heard of them before so this helped me to understand.

  • My parents were not much for surgeries; thus, I suffered w/ adenoids, mouth breathing, earaches, hyperactivity, & yes, bedwetting. It was horrible & embarrassing to me. That was back in the ’50s.

    If your kid needs an adenoidectomy, do it. There should be local clinics to help defray the costs dramatically if you can’t afford it. Your kid really can’t afford it. Please, take my word for it.

  • I’m 20 years old, m tonsils only started acting up about 2 years ago. And now the Doctor wants to remove them. Omw I don’t want to deal with the pain that follows �� I heard its really bad.

  • I’m 25years old. Growing up as a kid I’ve always had enlarged Tonsils issue. Which comes and goes. But recently about a 2years ago I remember getting serious series of Tonsilitis. Then fever I became sick for days. I got medications for it and was okay for a while. Then I began having neck pains before I knew it. I could feel swollen lymph. Nodes at the back of my neck and my groin area. Different bowel issues. I’ve taken a lot of medications. No changes. Medications even have caused me some serious side effect problems. Now just a couple of weeks ago I did CT scan. And the result came out as Adenotonsillar hypertrophy. I don’t know if this is possible. I’m scared because I know it could also mean I have lymphoma. I reject it! But I have to be sure I’m not in deep shit! Please help!!!!

  • I had many changes after this tonsils my epiglottis is visible and i had acid reflux feeling like something is wrong with me anyone is experiencing this?,

  • Hi..my son 3years having adenoids grade 4…doctor suggested surgery…is it safe for my child please respond…I’m getting very fear.

  • My mum doesen’t let me get a surgery for adenoids:( It’s really annoying me and my nose bleeds everytime i blow.:( i cry alot now.

  • I think this why I keep getting shook out of sleep. Either because I can’t breathe or extreme irritation in my ear. This might be a eureka moment in my life.

  • I got mine out last week. I really have been wondering about recovery. I’m 22 and the recovery has been horrible. I have barely slept. Wake up in severe pain around the same time each night. When I swallow it tastes horrible and tastes like blood

  • I had my tonsils removed but don’t know if I have my adenoids. I have been having chronic sore throat and yesterday I have something swollen back there. Very hard to swallow. I feel like my tonsils are swollen but I don’t have tonsils.

  • I had my tonsils popped
    When you have em
    There is a muscle in your arms
    Basically massage it for like 30min each one and the next time you get em it won’t hurt….
    As much

  • When I was eight I had my tonsils and adenoids removed because they were literally touching each other so much I would go to the emergency room regularly and I remember my doctor saying I couldn’t go more than a few more years or else I would choke to death

  • I think my perants said that my tonsils would sweel up when ever I would eat or drink and then I would snore loudly so I had to get the removed

  • So my doctors had thought I was sick but actually it was because my tonsil were so big and it is hard for me to eat and drink and sleep so I’m going to my real actual doctor to get the date set up for my getting my tonsils removed

  • I am so scared about it..my child have the same problem, he is only 3.. Doctor also advised about surgery..but we are scared, dnt know what to do☹️☹️☹️☹️��

  • My tonsil (red tonsil)have stayed 4years now n i feel m tired of them,I got medication but all in vain it never worked,should i go for surgery, reply plz

  • IM 15 and just got my adenoid removed yesterday. The surgery is nothing. But the anaesthesia… I threw up every 10 minutes. It was like torture.

  • Had adnoides removed and it is not that bad just in case anyone is worring.so if your having them removed dont panic and also for me there was not that much pain after the operation

  • I got an Adenoidectomy and Tonsillectomy aged just 4months old due to an respiratory failure �� I was born with enlarged tongue so that was restricting my breathing a lot though helped very well after Tonsils and Adenoids were taken out. I grew into my slightly thick tongue. 28 now. I don’t remember this experience getting this done obviously but well done for everyone a little older who got this operation ��

  • I am sufferin fam tonsils since 3 days it’s worsen due Tu wch I got highfever 105° m scared.. Aftr seein DZ video n comments section, m scared Tu remove dem:-( pls give meh hope

  • Cheers for the video content! Excuse me for the intrusion, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you researched Siaharloffe Renowned Sovereignty (should be on google have a look)? It is a good exclusive product for eliminating tonsil stones without the normal expense. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my m8 at very last got cool success with it.

  • I have a tonsil like these almost 3 years I can’t remove cause I don’t have enough money to remove my tonsil. ������ how many times I take my medicine but no effect��

  • I have a serious bad breath problem from i was a teenager. Sometime ago i made a bad comment to my spouse and his reply to me was “it not me that you smell it is your mouth” i almost died and gone to hell with embarrassment i ask my mother and she said as far as she can remember my breath i had bad breath, until i came across the doctor who help me out and took me of my shame am very happy today that i was cured of the disease all thanks to Dr,Aloma he also works on related diseases like ALS DIABETES HEP B/C HSV CANCER.contact him to save lives via ([email protected]) or you call via his number +2348069525913.

  • Except you deal with nasty, stank burps for about a week that smell like burnt flesh…I cleared my elevator OUT at my post op visit. ��

  • My sun is 26 and has been told that adenoids should be removed to help him with his breathing. He doesn’t get infections. He’s a mouth breather and has a dry mouth. I’m afraid that you said it’s inafective in adults. Should we get adenoids and tonsils removed. Please reply ASAP as he’s booked in for surgery on 6th January 2020. Please help and advice

  • I had both tonsils and adenoids removed when I was 4 because my older brother had tonsillitis. Retarded parents and medical system.