looking for help i have been suffering with what doctors thought was allergies then put me on a antibiotic just in case became bacterial cuz ear was starting to hold lots of fluid after 1st med had full blown ear infection and gave me a 2nd med which made it worse and couldnt hear or even see in ear wasnt draining family doc said i may need to go to ENT specialist well now med is done but now had to go to ER becuz the pain in my tonsils felt worse then pregnancy and looked like i had rotten tooth in tonsils ER doc said i have cryptic tonsils and said it may be best to get them taken out but im curious what is the odds of them taking out my tonsils i have been on so many meds only thing im on now is pain meds and script for mouthwash to help with swelling but my concern is if they say let not do surgery whats next my sugars will not come down becuz my body is fighting to get bacteria out and im concerned of diabetes complications so i am thinking take them out i have never in my whole life been this sick and sugar be so out of control all i do is fight with it and now nervous cuz if tonsils are the culprit of my misery what happen if they dont want to take them out what is the likely hood i just want my sugar undercontrol and no more pain in sinuses, ears and throat anymore i rather be having kids everyday with labor pains instead of this pls someone help me to understand what to do or whats going on ty so very muchView Thread
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