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... Since the tonsillectomy I can breathe a lot easier and sleep easier. I have not had a stuffy nose and my sense of smell is better. My hearing is also better. ... (39 replies)
... The way I look at it is that those nasty tonsils were making me sick. My ENT told me that the infection was very deep and they were FILLED with white exudate (chunks of pus). I always had horrible sinus headaches and would take pain relievers and decongestants several times a day. Sometimes I'd have waves of dizziness and could hardly function. Tonsils were removed and I... (39 replies)
... The tonsil stones are the result of junk being trapped and rotting in your tonsils. ... (2 replies)

... ear infections in a 6 month period... reoccuring strep... sleep apnea.. chronic sore throat, tonsillitus, or swollen tonsils. Talk with your ENT and see what you need to do to get them removed. ... (50 replies)
... There could be more than one factor in your life that could make you feel fatigue, yes I agree it could be a combination of your tonsil stones your sleep apnea and your hormones all working against you. ... (5 replies)
... I want to cry every morning when I have to get out of bed, and I do have tonsil stones. ... (5 replies)
... Ok, I have the horrible tonsil stones and sleep apnea... I think! I don't know anymore! I'm just worn out with all of this crap! I need some help!! PLEASE!! ... (0 replies)
... ce had sinus surgery and though my sinuses feel much better and I am sleeping better, I am still getting the stones. My next move is to find out if I still have sleep apnea and if so, have my tonsils removed. ... (50 replies)
... I asked my doctor about a year ago if there was anything to worry about, and she just said to ignore it unless it's giving me sleep apnea. I've had really bad allergies ever since I was little and get tonsil stones pretty often. I'm 19 and never smoke or drink. ... (0 replies)
... I asked my doctor about a year ago if there was anything to worry about, and she just said to ignore it unless it's giving me sleep apnea. I've had really bad allergies ever since I was little and get tonsil stones pretty often. ... (0 replies)
... I had tonsil stones, chronic crypt tonsils, viral tonsilitis every month for a year, and sleep apnea. Yes I had the works! My right tonsil was larger than the left, which apparently happens with infection, though if you suffer from one tonsil that is bigger than the other, please consult your GP! ... (0 replies)
... I'm a 25 year old guy, and have been recommended by my ENT that I get a tonsillectomy and uvuloplasty for sleep apnea specifically related to recurrent hypopneas. ... (2 replies)
... Yes sounds like tonsil stones and engorged tonsils. ... (1 replies)
... I am 32 was 31 when mine were yanked. Tonsil removal helped with my sleep apnea.. ... (16 replies)
... GERD and LPR reflux disease that when active can flux into the sinuses during sleep or reclined states causing sinus and throat irritation and dripping. ... (7 replies)
... I had all of your symptoms plus sleep apnea, swollen tonsils, tonsil stones, and allergic and vasomotor rhinitus. This was an on going battle since high school. So for 15 years I lived with it. ... (2 replies)
... in a year you are a good candidate for a tonsillectomy. Additional factors to consider that can tip the scales are chronic sore throats, things like structural sleep apnea factors.. continually engorged tonsils, tonsilliths or tonsil stones, chronic ear infections, etc. ... (4 replies)
... in removal of tonsil stones, and the full endoscopic sinus insertion and tissue removal was the last resort to stop the chronic 9 month out of the year sinus infection mess. ... (2 replies)
... I had surgery for a multitude of reasons. Severe sleep apnea, chronic sinusittus, tonsil stones, problematic tonsils and adnoids. ... (5 replies)
... g goes down and I regain some semblance of tone to my soft palate, this won't happen anymore. At least I hope so. The UPPP procedure was done to help eliminate sleep apnea. My right tonsil was cryptic and was chronically infected. ... (25 replies)


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