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Tonsillectomy co-inflation method

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AlexA789 Sun 12-Mar-17 08:10:56

Hi
My LO (aged 2.9 months) had his tonsils and adenoids out on Thursday. It's a new technique called co-ablation and a super quick recovery time. He was eating crisps an hour later.

The reason for having the surgery was 'supposed' sleep apnea. He's always been a restless sleeper, picked up lots of colds etc.
now it's Sunday so three days on and unfortunately he has come down with a cold (he had a runny nose on the morning of the op but no fever so they went ahead)

The issue is that he is still snoring at night (and cousin a lot but I think that's due to the cold) just wondered if anyone else's child had had this procedure specifically for sleep and breathing issues and how long it took for things to improve?
Thanks!
Amy

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