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tonsil stones / pus balls

I have just reviewed this website and am pleased to see that these are called, "tonsil stones." Gross, but for years, we referred to them as "pus balls." Yuk!

Anyway, I am not saying this is necessarily a good way to rid of these buggers, but personally I have used a q-tip to slide them upward or downward and then catch them on the tip of the q-tip ~ sometimes I do gag on them a bit as I do this, but at least they get removed! I often feel relief once a large one is removed...at times a very large one (i.e., the size of a pencil eraser head) may break into a few pieces as I gently dig at it with a q-tip, but eventually I get all of it. (At least I hope I get all of it!) At times the tonsil stones slide around as I try to remove them.

Well, good luck if you try removing them with a q-tip, but be very careful and gentle while doing it... after awhile you will probably become a prop at it! I've had them for over 30 years and have finally found out what they are from this and other websites. Thanks.
 
  razzy59 on 2006-01-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
It is possible that Hep Sul 3x twice a day would absorb the excretion.
 
walkin last decade
If you have tonsil stones you may want to read another forum also... http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/2533/87

and google Christine Wicks Queen Elizabeth Hospital

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1080293/Woman-visi...

http://www.qehkl.nhs.uk/news-story.asp?id=118&s=news&...
 
justmebyanyname last decade

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