Can Tonsil Patients Eat Chicken Oport?
, good evening I want to ask if the tonsils or inflammation are swollen, can I eat chicken eggs? Thank you
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Swollen tonsils are often caused by inflammation, or in the medical realm often called tonsillitis. This condition is usually triggered by a viral or bacterial infection. Not only swollen, inflamed tonsils also often become red, painful, and make sufferers experience fever, difficulty swallowing, difficulty speaking, throat phlegm, bad mouth odor, stiff neck, nausea, decreased appetite, hoarseness, and also a variety other complaints.
Although quite disturbing, most cases of tonsillitis are harmless and can heal on their own. One of the keys to this healing is the regulation of diet. Here are some suggestions that can be taken:
Reduce consumption of coconut milk and fatty foods, including chicken opor --- if you want to consume chicken, you better make soup, without coconut milk
Reduce consumption of fried foods, spicy foods, and stolen foods (for example crackers)
Reduce consumption of food and cold drinks
Consume more broth, honey, drink warm water
Not only adjusting your diet, so that you get better faster, you need to also get plenty of rest and don't talk or shout excessively. As much as possible, avoid irritants, such as cigarette smoke, pollution, dust, and so on. Gargle with salt to help minimize inflammation in the mouth and throat, including tonsils. Do not forget, you can also take pain relievers, such as paracetamol, if you feel pain that is quite disturbing around the tonsils.
However, if the symptoms of inflammation do not improve within 1 to 3 days, you need to see yourself directly to the doctor or ENT specialist to be given complete treatment.
Hope this helps ...