Continued Risks and Complications in Adults. A tonsillectomy is considered a safe procedure for adults. However, all surgery comes with risks. A 2014 report found that 1 in 5 adults who had their Author: Kelli Miller. The oldest had her tonsillectomy at 21, the youngest at 14, and my middle daughter, who held out because of her dread of needles, nausea, and medical procedures in general, finally had hers out a week ago today. I agree with you - it is worth it, but two of my daughters had "bleeders".
I'm 21 years old and had my tonsillectomy 12/28/18. The first day after coming home was the easiest since the anesthesia hadn't worn off completely, but once I came off of it I had intense vomiting. Day 2 I felt good like I was well on my way to recovery, then day 3 took a nosedive and I felt terrible and have felt terrible ever since and I'm. Dec 19, 2017 · Overall, I feel like my adult tonsillectomy recovery is going well, and I truly think all the pain and suffering will be worth it once I’m all healed. Leave a comment or shoot me a message if you have any helpful tips or to share your own experience! Read Next: Tonsillectomy Recover Day 7-14 Day by Day. xoxo, Brooke.
Jul 09, 2009 · i am a 18 year old male. It has been 21 days since my tonsillectomy. Adult tonsillectomies are tough i wont lie. I've had 5 surgeries in my life, ears, eyes, wisdom teeth, testicles for testicular torsion where i almost lost a testicle and this was by far the worst. Jul 30, 2019 · If you're planning a tonsillectomy for yourself or your child, you probably want to know how long you should plan to take off from work or school. Since everyone is different, there's no exact answer to the question—your body will heal on its own time. That said, kids tend to recover in a few days, while it can take adults as long as a couple of weeks to feel better.