Top 10 Adult Tonsillectomy Recovery Tips & Top 5 Suprises (with Advice) These are my hard-earned learnings about my tonsillectomy procedure and recovery. I wrote this blog to help others who are considering, or going through, this procedure and recovery. Pages. Home;. Jul 15, 2013 · The DOs and DON’Ts of Recovering from an Adult* Tonsillectomy. Keep in mind this is just one woman’s experience. Your results may vary. Your doctor will provide you with information and tips for a comfortable recovery; this is sort of a supplement to that. This is not medical advice. DO Plan to take plenty of time off work. For me, two.
The tonsils are two areas of lymph tissue on each side of the throat. Multiple cases of throat infections involving the tonsils or large tonsils creating problems such as sleep apnea are reasons to have the tonsils removed during a procedure called a tonsillectomy. “My cousin knew a guy who got a tonsillectomy and bled to death.” “At your age, tonsillectomy is dangerous.” When I met with the ear, nose and throat specialist, (an otolaryngologist), he told me that the risks are the same for an adult undergoing tonsillectomy surgery as for a child, but tonsillectomy recovery is longer and more.
Oct 25, 2013 · Adult Tonsillectomy Tips. So you’ve read my top 10 tonsillectomy tips.. Good. Those will get you through. But some of us like to operate outside of the conventional. The top ten are solid pearls of wisdom that anyone can benefit from, regardless of their personality. Why Would An Adult Need a Tonsillectomy? Your tonsils are two clumps of tissue that sit in the back of your upper throat. These tips can help you feel your best while you recover:Author: Kelli Miller.