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Good morning Patricia. I’m Narso Andrew, your daughter’s attending nurse. I hope both you and your daughter Doaha are feeling well today. I have some good news to share. I’d like to confirm that your daughter’s post-operative recovery is satisfactory, and she’s ready to be discharged. I’m here to discuss Doaha’s discharge process with you, and address any concerns you may have about her care after leaving the hospital.

Before we proceed could you please let me know if you have any specific concerns? Patricia 


Good morning nurse. Oh yes she’s definitely showing signs of improvement. While it’s reassuring to hear that she can leave the hospital. I do have some concerns about whether she’s truly ready for discharge.

It’s completely normal to have some concerns Patricia, Doaha’s discharge is indeed based on her excellent postoperative recovery without any complications. However, I’m here to address any worries or questions you may have. So please feel free to share them with me.


Well nurse, I’m feeling a bit concerned about my daughter, because she seems to have a sore throat, and her voice sounds like she’s speaking through her nose.

Patricia, Thank you for sharing your concerns with me. It’s understandable to feel worried about your daughter’s well-being. Let me provide some clarity for you. It’s important to remember that after an adenoid, your daughter may experience some common temporary after effects. These can include a sore throat, earache, stiffness in the jaw and changes in her voice. I understand that seeing her in discomfort can be tough, but these symptoms typically improve with time as she continues to heal.

Patricia, To help alleviate her discomfort, you can provide her with over-the-counter pain relief medication such as paracetamol. It’s important to follow the recommended dosage instructions provided on the packaging, and to ensure she stays well hydrated. This should help to ease any pain or discomfort she may be experiencing during her recovery. I hope that the information provided has helped to alleviate your concerns.

If you have any further questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to let us know. We’re here to help in any way we can.


Yes indeed. I’ll make sure to give her some paracetamol if needed. On another note nurse, my daughter has only been consuming liquids while in the hospital. I’m curious about when she can begin eating solid foods again.

I appreciate you raising this concern Patricia. Regarding when she can start eating solid foods, again it’s typically advisable to wait around three days after the surgery. During this time, selecting softer, easy to swallow foods with a smooth texture can be beneficial. These types of foods are gentler on her throat, and can help minimize any discomfort she may experience as she continues her recovery journey.


I appreciate the guidance. I’ll certainly follow these recommendations. However, I do hope my daughter can return to school tomorrow. It’s important to me that she doesn’t fall behind in her studies.

I understand your concern about your daughter’s education Patricia, but it’s crucial for her to have adequate time to recover at home. We typically recommend a recovery period of about one week to ensure she heals properly, and minimizes the risk of complications during this time. It’s essential to take precautions to reduce the risk of infection. This includes avoiding close contact with individuals who have coughs or colds, and refraining from swimming for at least three weeks as water exposure could increase the risk of infection.

Patricia, Do you have any concerns about the next steps?


I understand andrew. To follow these guidelines. Well Nurse, should I schedule a follow up appointment for my daughter to come back to the hospital for a checkup?

No Patricia, There’s no need for a follow up appointment at this time. However, it’s crucial to keep a close watch on your daughter’s symptoms. If she experiences any severe symptoms like fever, intense pain, or prolonged bleeding from the mouth, don’t hesitate to seek medical attention promptly. Your attentive monitoring of her well-being is vital and we’re here to assist you if needed.


Definitely, I’ll keep an eye out for any signs.

Excellent Patricia, If you have any additional questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at any time. Wishing Doaha a smooth and speedy recovery.


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