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need remedy for tonsils

Came down with influenza on tuesday night. Low fever than then became a bit high, chills, neck pain, sore eye ball sockets. Vice like pain in head when rising, better from gripping my head. Did have appetite, craved sweets. Started with aconite then became thirsty and switched to bryonia. Noticed a big difference. Got better quickly. Three days into influenza started getting a sore throat. Looked at my tonsils and noticed some pus. As the day progressed noticed more pus, dominated on right side. Sore throat more on right side. Better with drinks, especially hot. Hot and sweaty last night sleeping. Feel worse in morning and at night. Neck is still sore from influenza. Right ear feels a bit affected. Hurts to swallow and hurts more swallowing empty. Tonsils are red, sore and hurts to touch and swollen. No fever. No appetite now. Feels like I would be bothered by cold air or hot stuffy room.
What remedy can I use for my tonsils?
  elderberry on 2009-10-17
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