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Q: My nephew is suffering from follicular tonsillitis. He had one attack in five months back and was hospitalised - he had puss on his tonsils. Now again he has got another attack. This time it is moderate. What should we do? Will it settle down with antibiotics or should we go in for a tonsillectomy?

Sameer (Shanghai, China)

A: Do not get the tonsils removed. You need to treat the infection as and when it occurs. This will lessen after the age of 5.

Dr. Subba Rao

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