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Antibiotics for Adenoid


Adenoid Hypertrophy - Adenoid Disorders - Treatment for Adenoids
Adenoids, Tonsils And Adenoids Antibiotics

Adenoids are tonsil-like folds of lymphoid tissue in the naso-pharynx, the passage leading from the nose to the throat. Adenoid tissue works much like a lymphnode, that is filtering bacteria and other microorganism from the lymph that passes through it. The amount of adenoid tissue in baby is tiny, but size increases from age 3-5. Adenoid tissue usually shrink and disappear before puberty.


The term adenoids is used when the tissue are enlarged and inflamed. The swelling can block the nasal passages causing snoring, breathing through the mouth and nasal voice due to the blocking of the secretions in the nose. It can produce nasal infections (rhinitis) and this can move into the middle ear (earache).

Causes of Adenoids

The inflammation of the lymphatic ganglion (adenoids) is principally caused by a chronic infection and allergies.

Treatment for Adenoids - Antibiotics for Adenoids

  • Taking a large amount of antibiotics like: garlic, propolis, aloe vera. It is also recommended to take vitamins A, B5, B6, C and E as well as zinc (an element that reinforces the immune system), multi-minerals,
  • Adenoids in children are treated with antibiotic, while adenoids in adolescence and adult are treated through surgical removal.
  • If a person with adenoids continues breathing with difficulty even after following the treatment, consult a doctor.
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