Tonsillitis is inflammation of the tonsils one tonsil on each side. Tonsillitis can be caused by a virus, such as the common cold, or by a bacterial infection, such as strep throat.
Enlarged or swollen lymph nodes
Beneath jaw or at neck, In front of the ears, Behind the ears
or Ear pain
Pain, scratchiness or irritation of the throat
or Swallowing difficulties
Greater than or equal to 38°c (100. 4°f), Less than 38°c (100. 4°f)
or Light spots on tonsils
or Swollen/enlarged tonsils
or Not gaining weight properly or losing weight unintentionally
or Loss of voice
Feeling of tiredness
Feel like vomiting
or Throwing up
If you have Tonsillopharyngitis, then a visit to a family medicine specialist is highly recommended.
Family medicine specialist