Wednesday, August 17, 2011

What is Tonsillitis Symptoms?

Tonsils are inflamed tonsil infections caused by viruses. Usually affects children aged 5-15 years. Based on long plagued, the tonsils can be divided into 2; tonsils of acute and chronic tonsillitis.

Categorized as acute tonsillitis if the disease lasts less than 3 weeks. The tonsils are called chronic if it occurs seven times or more a year, or five times over two years, three times a year in a row.

Tonsillitis Symptoms

Symptoms of tonsillitis include: the patient felt parched throat, or feeling lump in the throat, pain on swallowing (swallowing saliva or food and beverage) to become lazy to meal, the pain may spread to the neck and ears.

Other symptoms include fever, headache, sometimes chills, weakness, muscle pain with a cough, runny nose, hoarseness, halitosis, nausea, sometimes abdominal pain, enlarged lymph nodes (lymph nodes) around the neck. Sometimes people with tonsillitis (chronic) snore during sleep (especially if accompanied by enlarged adenoid glands (glands in the wall of the back between the throat and nasal cavities).

Tonsillitis symptoms can be known if the patient examination. At the time of examination, found enlarged tonsils (tonsillectomy), red, white patches sometimes found (exudates) on the surface of the tonsils, red color that indicates inflammation around the tonsils and throat.

Keep in mind that not all complaints and signs on one person hired by the patient. This is because both individual complaints and most of the parents or the patient will see a doctor when experiencing symptoms of fever and pain on swallowing.

Tonsillitis treatment

In the medical world there really is not a special way to prevent the tonsils. But some of the tips below help to get rid of the tonsils, first, wash your hands frequently used to prevent the spread of micro-organisms that can cause tonsillitis. Second, avoid contact with infectious patients, at least until 24 hours after the patient a throat infection (caused by germs) to get antibiotics.

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