How To Deal With Stage 3 Tonsils?
Doctor, how do you explain stage 3 tonsils and how to treat them … ??
Hello Fitroh, Thank you for the question.
Have you consulted or asked a general practitioner or ENT specialist about this condition? Do you mean the size of tonsils (T3)? Do you know the doctor's diagnosis? The size of the tonsils is generally enlarged if someone has tonsillitis / tonsillitis. Enlarged tonsils also vary in each person, can be divided into T1, T2, T3, and T4. Enlarged T3 tonsils indicate the size of tonsils that have passed through the posterior pillar but have not crossed the median line (middle of the uvula). For more details, please consider the following picture:
The size of tonsils that are too large due to tonsillitis can cause a number of complications such as difficulty swallowing and difficulty breathing. If the complaint is caused by an infection, the infection can also spread to other parts if not treated immediately.
Management of tonsillitis depends on the cause and severity of the patient's condition (tonsillar size and symptoms), which can be in the form of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, or surgical removal of tonsils. Therefore, to determine the next treatment, you should consult directly with an ENT specialist. Your doctor needs to find out more about your complaints and do a check on your tonsils before determining further treatment.
In the meantime, please do the following suggestions:
get enough rest
increase consumption of nutritious foods
maintain the intake of body fluid needs by consuming water
Avoid exposure to cigarette smoke
use an air humidifier to prevent dry air that can irritate the throat further
Hope this helps.