The limbs are the organs of the oval form, located at the bottom of the lips of the cavity. They help protect the body from harmful microorganisms and prevent infection.
These are the purifiers of matter that enter the body through the mouth.
However, holes in the extremities increase the risk of infection and enlargement of the tonsils, which can later lead to more serious health problems.
Although they are normal in anatomy of the body, because they appear by aging the organs, they can make a lot of life difficult for you. When the infection is higher, there are real small ulcers that are full of manure and then you need to get antibiotics urgently, media reports.
You can get these diseases due to infection of the tonsils.
An infected throat
This disease implies a serious infection of the throat, which is usually caused by the multiplication of bacteria. It also has increased in school age, and it can cause a lot of complications and lead to rheumatic fever.
Symptoms include: inflamed throat, itchy throat, fever, headache, rash, points in the depth of the throat, swelling of the lymph nodes.
This disease is most commonly caused by a viral infection. It is most common in children of school age.
Symptoms are: irritated, red extremities, white or yellow dots on the extremities, inflamed throat, painful swallowing, enlarged lymph nodes, bad breath, headache, abdominal pain, fever.
This is most often called kiss disease.
Mononucleosis is a viral infection that is transmitted by the path of saliva.
Symptoms include: chronic fatigue, burning throat, fever, headache, rash, swollen spleen.
Cancer of the throat or tonsils
These diseases are interconnected, because one can go to another, that is, cancer can spread from the throat to the throat and vice versa.
Symptoms: an extremity is enlarged, salivary blood, intense throat pain, mouth pain, abnormal ears, swallowing pain, bad breath.
If you do not wash your mouth when washing your teeth, it can lead to the accumulation of bacteria in the throat, and therefore on the extremities.
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