Tonsils Ka Gharelu Or Asaan Qudarti Ilaaj
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There’s no specific treatment for tonsillitis and most cases get better within a week without treatment.
While waiting for the infection to clear up, there are a number of things you can do to help relieve your symptoms (see below).
If your child has tonsillitis, make sure they have plenty to eat and drink, even if they find it painful to swallow. Being hungry and dehydrated can make other symptoms, such as headaches and tiredness, worse. Read more: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Tonsillitis/Pages/Treatment.aspx
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