Tonsillitis is inflammation of the tonsils, which are located at the entrance to the throat.

The tonsils filter out viruses, bacteria, fungi and minute particles of dust. However, pathogenic micro-organisms can cause inflammation, causing tonsillitis. And in spite of tonsillitis not causing particularly severe pain, unpleasant symptoms such as a sore throat can last for a relatively long time.

It is important to detect the signs of tonsillitis early and consult a doctor. If not treated quickly, tonsillitis can cause complications — some of which can only be treated by surgical intervention.


Signs of tonsillitis

Sore throat

Persistent reddening of throat

Slightly raised temperature

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If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.