A strep throat is when you have a pharyngeal infection, or a sore throat from a virus. You can have it with no tonsils, or tonsils that are too small for the throat. You can end up with tonsils that are too big and you are just left with a sore throat. In either case, though, you are left with some problems you may not have had before.
In this case you don’t have a sore throat. You have a pharyngeal infection (and if you are sick in the first place you can’t have a sore throat), but you don’t have tonsils. Instead you have a tiny hole in your throat that you can’t get out. It’s a common condition and a big part of what it’s like to have strep throat, but it’s very different from having tonsils.
First of all, there is no such thing as a “Pharyngeal Infection” in that you can get tonsils from a sore throat. Tonsils are a condition caused by a tiny hole in your throat. Tonsils are a part of the throat but you dont have tonsils that are causing it.
Tonsils are not caused by a hole in your throat. You have a hole in your throat somewhere. The first thing you should do is go to an emergency room and ask to have your tonsils removed. Tonsils are caused by things like infection, inflammation, or a cancerous growth. The second thing you should do is go to a doctor and get you tonsils removed.