|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy||0.82||0.8||476||32|
|tonsillectomy icd 10||2||0.5||3572||39|
|tonsillectomy in adults||0.06||0.9||5943||92|
|tonsillectomy cpt code||1.9||0.8||9853||46|
|tonsillectomy recovery children||1.81||0.5||6018||93|
|tonsillectomy recovery time||0.99||0.7||2124||49|
|tonsillectomy post op care||0.96||0.3||3377||71|
|tonsillectomy for tonsil stones||1.89||0.5||3590||7|
|tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy cpt code||0.57||0.8||3068||81|
|tonsillectomy recovery adults day by day||0.05||1||6355||39|
Recovery time for a tonsillectomy is usually at least 10 days to two weeks. A tonsillectomy is used to treat: The tonsils are the immune system's first line of defense against bacteria and viruses that enter your mouth.What to expect after a tonsillectomy?
Typically, the first few days following a tonsillectomy are the most uncomfortable. However, people recover from surgery differently. Some individuals may continue to have pain up to 10 days after the procedure. Your throat will be sore, and you may also have a headache or earache.How long is the hospital stay for a tonsillectomy?
A tonsillectomy is most often done in a hospital or surgery center. Your child will go home the same day as the surgery. Children rarely need to stay overnight in the hospital for observation. Complete recovery takes about 1 to 2 weeks.