Tonsillitis Cure


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At the back of your throat, two masses of tissue called tonsils act as filters, trapping germs that could otherwise enter your airways and cause infection. They also produce antibodies to fight infection. But sometimes the tonsils themselves become infected. Overwhelmed by bacteria or viruses, they swell and become inflamed, a condition known as tonsillitis .

If your child has tonsillitis, make sure they have plenty to eat and drink, even if they find it painful to swallow. Being hungry and dehydrated can make other symptoms, such asĀ  headaches and tiredness, worse.

Tonsillitis is most often caused by a virus, which resolves on its own. But tonsillitis can be caused by strep bacteria, which requires treatment with antibiotics . Watch for signs of dehydration , such as a dry mouth and tongue . Also, watch for signs of complications, such as ear pain , from tonsillitis caused by strep bacteria.

Tonsillitis means inflammation of the tonsils, which are two oval-shaped tissues located at the back of the throat. In addition to swelling, some symptoms of tonsillitis include sore throat, trouble with swallowing, stiff neck, fever, headache, and yellow or white patches on the tonsils. Bacterial or viral infections often cause tonsillitis. The treatment of tonsillitis depends on the cause and the frequency of the illness.