I am not at all happy with this whole story and especially the sudden need to start him on asthma treatment. It seems that the problems started following the tonsil operation with the secondary infection he developed. Were blood cultures done to find out if there was a septicaemia [infection carried in his bloodstream]? He still seems to have problems with his throat and can hardly swallow. Where is the ENT surgeon in all of this and what has he done about the complications following the operation? Please go back to him and find out exactly what the situation is now with your son's throat. If necessary get a second opinion from a different ENT surgeon.Only once his throat clears up will he recover so the sooner this is dealt with the better. The fact that your son has lost so much weight is of great concern as well.
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