1. • The main symptom of tonsillitis is a sore throat. More symptoms occur in most cases. Some or all of the following may be present:
• Bad breath
• Nasal congestion and runny nose
• Swollen lymph nodes
• Red, swollen tonsils covered completely or in patches by pus
• Difficulty swallowing
• Headache, ear infections.
• Abdominal (belly) pain
• Raw, bleeding patches on the tonsils
When you have sore throat plus cold symptoms such as nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, and coughing, the cause is most likely a virus. Viral infection of the tonsils usually goes away without treatment within 2 weeks.
Tonsils are like street dogs in Ur vicinity. They are just like security guards for Ur entire body-house.
When a thief/stranger enters Ur locality to observe the surroundings to commit a crime/theft; the street dog[s] starts barking continuously cautioning U against the dangers ahead.
Similarly, much before the entry of a serious virus/bacteria into Ur body, the first organs to be affected are tonsils-which are nothing but lymph glands.
As u r aware that lymphatic system is nothing but a drainage system. If tonsils are removed surgically, it is as good as killing Ur security guards given by the God.
It is prudent and safe to see a local homoeopath for total cure.
2. Throat Cancer Symptoms
While symptoms may vary based on tumor location and type, you should keep an eye out for:
persistent hoarseness of the voice or having to clear the throat frequently
lump in the throat
change in the sound of your voice
abnormal breathing sounds
If you experience symptoms for two weeks or longer, you should see your doctor for an exam. Throat cancer symptoms are vague, meaning they are also the symptoms of many other illnesses, many of which are less severe than throat cancer. If you are experiencing persistent symptoms, do not wait for them to go away on their own before seeing your doctor. A delay could potentially be the difference between early or late detection of cancer, which may affect treatment outcome.
Throat cancer symptoms may also come and go. Persistent doesn't always mean constant. For example, you may have a sore throat for a week, then it goes away for a few days, and then returns. Whether your symptoms are constant or erratic, making an appointment to see your doctor is essential to rule out diseases, such as cancer.