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    Default Re: Tonsillectomy... avoidable?

    Sorry. I was brain fried yesterday. No you can't give nurofen for 2 weeks prior.sorry. I mesnt the endone or whatever the hospital gave me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turk EnJayDee View Post
    It sucks doesn't it. Have they told you what grade they are? Have you had them looked at when he's not sick?

    DD's was hayfever induced first few times then her body just decided to go full force on it's own. Although she always had large tonsils. She always gagged on food, snorted while drinking every feed and also could never swallow so a lot of her problem was because of OSD.

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    No they won't investigate further at this point. No haven't had them looked at when he isn't sick.


 

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