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    Tonsilectomy/Adnoids removed for 15 month old
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    finallyamom posted:
    My daughter is almost 15 months and will be having her tonsils and adenoids removed next month. I am worried, has anyone had their child this young have this procedure before? My 2 year old son had it done this past April and stayed in the hospital 2 days and took almost a month to start eating normal. She is so much smaller than him and it can't wait, her tonsils are so large now that she can only really eat baby food. She was eating table food. She vomits if she coughs, cries, or something moving around just makes her gag. She snores and has sleep apnea. So this can't wait. Can't give her any meds like Tylenol unless its in her bottle otherwise she will vomit. Thanks in advance.


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