…that our tonsils and adenoids might have a beneficial purpose? Perhaps more important than collecting money for surgeries?
When a doctor chooses surgery, he lines up a conveyer belt into his operating room. An average cost for tonsillectomy is $5,442.
These surgeries are not emergency room situations where you have to do something now.
They can be conveniently lined up over a period of 30 days and then cut away!
The surgery takes about 30 minutes to an hour. You can make a lot of Kaching’s.
Doctors may start their conveyer belts at 5:00 or 6:00 am and make a lot of money for himself and all other participants before noon.
And only about 1 in 15,000 patients die each year. This article says there are 200,000 to 250,00 per year. My search said 500,000 tonsillectomy surgeries per year, and ignoring other problems and costs, since 1 in 15,000 die from the surgery, somewhere between 13 and 33 per year die from causes immediately attributable to this surgery profit center.
I don’t know if there is any research on the long term mortality, health or ill-health of having part of your immune system removed.
So why would anyone be so anti-science as to think there might be a better way and actually look for it?
If you are one of the radicals who think life is more important than supporting medical financial bonanzas and dogma, read on.
But remember every child who lives gets a free toy…
AVOID TONSILLECTOMIES AND SAVE YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
The tonsils are part of our immune system, the visible part of our lymphatic system. They provide the first line of defense for pathogens swallowed or inhaled. Specialized cells in the surface of the tonsils capture pathogens allowing B cells and T cells to attack.
Tonsil tissue is similar to other lymphatic tissue, what we call lymph nodes found under the arms and near the groin. The purpose of tonsils is clear and immediate – they are a vigorous element of our immunological defense.
So why do we perform 200,000 to 250,000 tonsillectomies a year in The United States?
Your child has frequent bouts of strep throat? Yank those tonsils!
Your child’s tonsils are big? Put that kid under general anesthesia, and cut them out!
Once again conventional medicine treats a symptom not a cause.
If your child’s tonsils are enlarged or your child presents with frequent strep infections, the question is not whether or not to rip out the tonsils, the question is what is causing the infection?
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Some Alternative Resources for Inflamed Tonsils:
The future of internet searches may be dictated by so-called expert sites. Explore and bookmark alternative sites today; because, you will may see more and more search results that promote mainstream medical profits instead of supplying you with alternatives.
Here are 2 helpful articles from Dr. Joe Mercola on Tonsil Inflammation, which is caused by weak immune systems which succumb to bacteria… Surgery may not be the best option to support your immune system and beat bacteria.
What if you had a cold? How would you use surgery? Cut off the nose?
Explore these methods to support the immune system.