Tonsil Stones Vocal Cord Dysfunction- Tonsilliths, Tonsolilliths........what ever they are, I dislike 'em and I believe you do a bit too!! I've dealt with these things longer than I care to admit . Now that I've realized tips on how to naturally eliminate and keep them from coming back, I want to share the secret with everyone else!
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When you have just one or these signs and symptoms, my good friend, you probably have Tonsil Stones...
Bad breath (I mean REALLY, stinky bad breath too!)
Cough that doesn't seem to have a cause and won't go away.
Sore throat or minor ear aches, or a weird pressure in your ears.
You feel like something is stuck at the back of your throat and won't come out.
The development of yellow or white, small balls on the tonsils or back corners of your throat that KEEP
Interesting Tonsil Stones Vocal Cord Dysfunction Information:
Tonsilloliths, or tonsil stones, are tiny pieces of calcareous matter that develop in the crevasses of the tonsils. Find out about it here.
In certain persons very little, solid, calcareous lumps, which you'll find white-colored in color, occur in the crevasses of the tonsils, also referred to as tonsillar crypts. These lumps, called tonsilloliths, or calculus of the tonsil, or tonsil stones, can range in size from tiny little bits to pea sized ones and they have a tendency of remaining lodged in the area of the tonsils for a period of time, until they are dislodged finally. They're usually accompanied by a potent smell emanating from the tonsils, and a person suffering from tonsilloliths suffers from a physical sensation of something being stuck in the back part of the throat.
Well-known approaches and practices for removing tonsil stones:
One method is to use a stainless long handled spoon 7.5 inches. You would have to push the stone out from beneath. Using this method works easier when the stone is older and harder. You could use tweezers to pluck the stone out. The usage of pulsating irrigation to clear out the crypts of gathered debris may also help (using an adjustable unit on a low pressure setting or a needleless Monoject syringe and avoid damaging tissue.) Alternately medicine droppers (especially one with a curved tip) are used to suck out the smaller sized stones. Using such a medicine dropper to first irrigate the area with saline which may help to bring the tonsil stone to the surface from which it can then be more easily sucked out with the dropper. To relieve gagging people often consider using everyday objects, like toothpicks, as small tools rather than using a much bigger finger. This is not suggested due to the danger of the short light toothpick/object being released and breathed into the throat. Use guardedness when trying any of the methods in the above list. The tonsils and throat are sensitive, and can be injured or inflammed very easily.
The first time I ever had tonsil-stones, I coughed up some weird looking lumps that were off white in color. The only real facts I knew about them at the time was that they were terrible smelling, and this fact came to light when I squished them between my fingers. I also had no clue as to where they came from.
They would come and go, appear and disappear at all the worst times you could think of. My first trip to my doctor to actually ask him about them got me a vague answer about some sort of throat infection and a dose of antibiotics which didn't get rid of squat! I swear I made 5 different visits and was put on three different prescriptions none of which did a bit of good.
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