People who suffer from chronic tonsillitis tend to have chronic: Sore throat. Enlarged tonsils. Bad breath, which may be related to cryptic tonsils. Enlarged and tender neck lymph nodes. Aug 18, 2018 · Here are the symptoms of tonsillitis: Red or swollen tonsils. White spots on the tonsils (usually an indicator of a bacterial infection). Swollen, firm lymph nodes (the tissue on both sides of the neck just below the jaw). Sore throat. Difficult or painful swallowing. Mild or severe laryngitis Author: Tim Petrie.
Sep 27, 2018 · Symptoms of tonsillitis in adults are similar to symptoms in children, and may include: sore throat. pain when swallowing. red, swollen tonsils. white or yellow patches on the tonsils. enlarged lymph nodes in the neck. bad breath. scratchy voice. earache. fever. headache. stomachache. Author: Julie Marks. Tonsillitis is an inflammation of the tonsils which are two masses of tissue in the back of the throat. It is most common in children and can be caused by both viral and bacterial infections.Author: Mary Anne Dunkin.
Jan 18, 2017 · Chronic tonsillitis is more characteristic of the childhood age, although it is often observed in adults, differing in the predominance of local symptoms over the general signs of the disease. Chronic tonsillary symptom in adulthood is most often the result of self-treatment of acute illness, tonsillitis, adenovirus infection.5/5(1). Adult Tonsillitis: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments. Tonsillitis occurs when bacteria or viruses infect the tonsils, causing them to become inflamed. This condition can affect anyone: although tonsillitis is more common in children, tonsillitis among adults is not uncommon.