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No More Periodic Fevers?

If you’ve kept up with our family’s experiences with PFAPA, you’ll remember BB#2 had a tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy back in October 2013. Knock wood (because I’m still paranoid enough to do that whenever I say this), he hasn’t had any mystery fevers since! 293 more words

The Beautiful Boys

Tonsillectomy-day 7

i have to say I have been extremely lucky. After the horror stories I read from other people’s experiences I kept asking myself what I got myself into. 254 more words


New Year News

I haven’t had time to write a longer post for a few weeks, but I just wanted to assure you that I haven’t disappeared.

I’ve been away, not because I’m ill, but because I’m well. 445 more words


October 30, 2015

Written by Amari Washington (class of 2015-2016)

My first day with OREX was interesting to say the least!

I arrived in the OA-2 room at 6:30am. 2,081 more words

My tonsillectomy

yesterday I had a tonsillectomy using the coblation process. Going into the surgery I was expecting pain worse than the worst throat infection of my life (a viral infection lasting three months that included severe tonsillitis about 12 years ago). 917 more words


My tonsillectomy adventure

Ah! Tonsils. They can be quite annoying, wouldn’t you say?

For me once the annoyance outgrew the usefulness I’ve decided to take them out. Recurring tonsillitis, difficulty breathing, congested throat, any small effort triggering it all. 2,698 more words

Random Thoughts

Tonsil Infection Treatment through Neural Therapy

Tonsillitis is a problem for many, but what exactly is it, and why is it so important that you have a safe healing process? Let me explain, and explain how neural therapy can help. 288 more words

General Dentistry