They can - tonsils are part of the throat, but do not comprise all of your throat. Since even if your tonsils are taken out, the rest of your throat remains, so you can still acquire an abscess on it.
Yes you can have Quincy throat without tonsils. There is a possibility that some of the removed tonsils have grown back making it possible to get quincy throat.
Yes you can get strep throat when you don't have tonsils.
You can still get strep throat if your tonsils are out.
Unfortuntely tonsils do have the possibility of growing back, but strep affects the tonsils AND throat.
No. It does not decrease the chances of strep throat.
You could cut your tonsils off because when you get strep throat, your tonsil areas are infected.Therefore if you don't have tonsils,the area can't be infected.
My throat is swollen as well as my tonsils so it may be a sign of strep throat or needing of removal of the tonsils.
strep throat is most likely going to be in the mouth and on your throat.
Get your tonsils removed you won't get strep ever again.
No, it stays at the tonsils.
Your tonsils build up bacteria causing an irritation in the back of the throat so when you get your tonsils removed you don't have to worry about it.
Sounds like a yeast infection with the rash. Does the baby have white spots on his tonsils? That is strep throat. If he has strep take him to the doctor.
It is actually the throat, but your tonsils get inflammed so nothing else can effect your throat.
Strep Throat has a number of potential symptoms. Some of these symptoms include a sore throat, difficulty when swallowing, swollen or red tonsils and a fever.