Often Feel Thirsty After 3 Months Of Tonsillectomy?
hello doctor, I have had tonsillectomy 3 months ago, since tonsillectomy, why do I always thirsty, is that dangerous? thanks
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tonsils or tonsils are one of the immune systems that humans have. Tonsils consist of two pieces and are located on the left and right of the oral cavity and function to prevent infection, especially in children. Over time, the immune system gets stronger and the function of tonsils is increasingly replaced.
So that the function of tonsils, should be removed by tonsils, will not affect thirst. Need to find out other causes of thirst that you feel, can be due to salivary blockages due to salivary gland stones, inflammation of the salivary glands, viral and bacterial infections, abnormalities of the immune system, cysts or fluid-filled sacs. It could also be due to other factors such as consumption of dry food, dehydration or lack of fluids, thyroid hormone disorders, stress, to diabetes or diabetes. Further examination is needed to determine this.
Therefore, you should check with your doctor beforehand to do a history, physical examination, and maybe a support such as blood tests, sugar tests, and X-rays to narrow down the possibility. Meanwhile, still a lot of water consumption, regular exercise, adequate rest, and avoid stress. So, hopefully answering your question.