Good or bad in tonsil operation, what the research says

Tonsil is a very unbearable disease. Because of this, almost all normal activities, including swelling and swallowing, are blocked on both sides of the throat. The tonsils are not always the operation that is to be done at all times, and sometimes the medicine is healed. But research says the quality of life improves after a tonsil operation.

The results of two US studies suggest that children and older patients with recurrent tonsillitis have a significant improvement in their quality of life by having a tonsil operation.

In one study, the parents of 12 children with tonsil inflammation often collected the opinion of the child 6 months and 6 years after the operation of the tonsil operation. Long-term tonsillitis is defined as tonsilitis 7 times or more within a year. Dr. NA Goldstein of Downstate Medical Center of the University of Brooklyn, New York, told Reuters Health that the standard of living has improved significantly after the average age of 1.7-year-old children, such as their breathing, eating, and behavioral symptoms.

After the operation of the above children, mental, physical and social development has taken place and the health has improved considerably. According to Dr. NA Goldstein, parents also stated that children did not suffer from throat inflammation, did not have to go to the doctor and did not receive antibiotics. Even children’s day care or school activities are normal.

Similarly, comparing the standard of living of 12 elderly people with recurrent tonsil inflammation, before and after 6 months and 6 years, it was found that there was greater improvement in daily functioning after the operation.

Dr. DeWitt L. Duke University of Medicine in South Carolina, USA Witsel and his colleagues reported that 5% of patients had minor infections and 5% had full cure. Elderly patients also reported that throat pain, tonsil pain were no longer present, did not have bad breath and did not go to the doctor. Dr. Michael G. Stuart of Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, who was not involved with the study, said that those studies have contributed significantly to the problem of tonsillitis and to the operation of the tonsils.



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