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Unread 14-01-2022, 02:50 PM
rbw91
 
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My sister in law is training to be a dental nurse. She noticed her youngest son had inflamed tonsils so on a visit to a GP with her daughter took him and asked if the GP could have a look.

GP referred to immediately visit hospital, where 3 specialists all examined him. This was yesterday. He is booked in for an emergency tonsillectomy on Tuesday next week even before they have an opportunity for testing and biopsies. All he knows is that the doctor said he needs to have his tonsils fixed. We donít know what it is but have been warned about the C word.

Poor little f***er is 9 years old.

Am in f***ing bits.
 
Unread 14-01-2022, 02:53 PM
silv
 
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My sister in law is training to be a dental nurse. She noticed her youngest son had inflamed tonsils so on a visit to a GP with her daughter took him and asked if the GP could have a look.

GP referred to immediately visit hospital, where 3 specialists all examined him. This was yesterday. He is booked in for an emergency tonsillectomy on Tuesday next week even before they have an opportunity for testing and biopsies. All he knows is that the doctor said he needs to have his tonsils fixed. We donít know what it is but have been warned about the C word.

Poor little f***er is 9 years old.

Am in f***ing bits.
Oh mate, you don't know yet.
 
Unread 14-01-2022, 03:03 PM
rbw91
 
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Oh mate, you don't know yet.
Correct we donít. But he doesnít have a sore throat and has never complained. This was noticed by his mum looking in his mouth and asking a GP to have a quick look. In a tumultuous 12h he is going in for emergency surgery ASAP having been warned to prepare.

I know we donít know, but probability states that with everyone highly concerned, emergency surgery etc for something the kid doesnít know he has and the C word being mentioned, it doesnít look great.
 
Unread 14-01-2022, 03:08 PM
silv
 
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Correct we donít. But he doesnít have a sore throat and has never complained. This was noticed by his mum looking in his mouth and asking a GP to have a quick look. In a tumultuous 12h he is going in for emergency surgery ASAP having been warned to prepare.

I know we donít know, but probability states that with everyone highly concerned, emergency surgery etc for something the kid doesnít know he has and the C word being mentioned, it doesnít look great.
Stray strong my mate and the best of luck to your family.
 
Unread 14-01-2022, 03:32 PM
Drexl
 
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Best of luck rbwers hope all goes well
 
Unread 14-01-2022, 03:45 PM
Dasilvatwins
 
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Correct we donít. But he doesnít have a sore throat and has never complained. This was noticed by his mum looking in his mouth and asking a GP to have a quick look. In a tumultuous 12h he is going in for emergency surgery ASAP having been warned to prepare.

I know we donít know, but probability states that with everyone highly concerned, emergency surgery etc for something the kid doesnít know he has and the C word being mentioned, it doesnít look great.
Stay strong. Until you know , you never know. Stay positive !
 
Unread 15-01-2022, 12:52 PM
redhegemony
 
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Best wishes mate. Fingers and toes crossed.
 
Unread 15-01-2022, 01:03 PM
AK14
 
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My sister in law is training to be a dental nurse. She noticed her youngest son had inflamed tonsils so on a visit to a GP with her daughter took him and asked if the GP could have a look.

GP referred to immediately visit hospital, where 3 specialists all examined him. This was yesterday. He is booked in for an emergency tonsillectomy on Tuesday next week even before they have an opportunity for testing and biopsies. All he knows is that the doctor said he needs to have his tonsils fixed. We donít know what it is but have been warned about the C word.

Poor little f***er is 9 years old.

Am in f***ing bits.
Jesus

Really hoping for the best.
 
Unread 15-01-2022, 04:01 PM
Sharders
 
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Highly unlikely to be cancer. I understand your worry of course. Very common to have tonsils removed as a child as the immune system is developing, they get inflamed easily and it's safer to remove them than let the inflammation try and resolve itself.

99.99% not cancer so don't worry.
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