i have just come out of hospital after having my tonsils removed, so what is the best thing to do to recover?
Q:i have just come out of hospital after having my tonsils removed, so what is the best thing to do to recover?
More Answers to “i have just come out of hospital after having my tonsils removed, so what is the best thing to do to recover?“i don’t know but i heard that ice cream helps eat cold things like ice cream!
talk low and eat very soft food until you feel better. Ice cream, Jell-o and things like that are best. I hope you feel better. yodel a lot
man, i had mine out months ago..eat a lot of soup, ice cream, pudding,suck popcicles, when the pain meds are gone buy childrens motrin and drink a fourth of the bottle for pain. it sux because the recovery time for an adult is weeks. i wish i cld say something posotive but i was miserable for a month. def stock up in the motrin. you need to eat ice cream and jello.and flat ginger ale.and take it easy and rest for while good luck kathy eat ice cream and popcicles
don´t drink anything cold,eating might be also a problem,you should stop for a few days and keep your throat warm. Have alot of ice-cream and you won’t believe this but just plain toast helps too.
Go on a liquid diet.. Campbells soup is concentrated.. (yet cheap, but concentrated enough for toncils), so eat that, ice cream, and Ensure, and suck it up and drive on for a week. it’s not that bad.
After I got mine removed I came home that day and was like “wow that was nothing! I feel fine!” I was eating normal and drinking normal. Then like the 2nd night I felt like my throat was literally on fire! I couldn’t eat anything and could hardly drink. The only thing that helped me was some cool fluids like Gatorade and even a little jello. I didn’t drink anything hot, my throat was already on fire, and freezing cold stuff like ice cream didn’t feel good either. Keep pushing the fluids, it’s really the only thing you can do, and make sure you finish your antibiotics. I was still feeling like crap 4-5 weeks after getting them removed. It’s going to take a while to feel 100% better. Good luck! eat ice cream