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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 23, 2007
  • 08:27 PM

Hello. Does anyone have any idea? It all started 3 years ago, 10 days after my daughter was born. I had to cut breast feeding due to my problem :( Green-yellow spots apread in my gums, tongue, lips, under tongue, tonsil and basical everywhere in my mouth, I couldnt eat, sleep and had a bounch of wet cotton covering my tongue because I had a feeling of vomiting, everytime I would touch a spot in my mouth with my tongue(not to mention the pain). It was treated by my dentist with medicine and a small gum operation and it kept coming back after I was recovered, at around 20 days after, a big lighter. This lasted from november to march. After culture, only staphylococcus apeared, in a low consentration and my doctor said it was fairly harmless for a full working body difensive system. I was about to have tonsilectomy and it was sudenly gone. I was cured for the last years till it apeard this fall. It's more than 3 months now. I've changed several antibiotics with small amount of success, only now, it is lightly cured and around 5-8 days, symptoms reapear. Also, other, non related symptoms apear that I can not understand, such as Amenorrhea, a piece of right tonsil, grew bigger, like a small leg with green/yellow collor liquide and blood, a few days letter it got rotten, a grayish collor and almost dissapeared but it is still visuable. My tonsils now are big and touching each other on the back of my throat, my voice is strange but I have no other syptoms, like feaver, pain, exept a really bad taste/smell. Also my husband was in hospital with strep tonsils and breathing problems the period of this "grown leg" but my culture was negative to strep presence
Would taking them off solve the problem once and for all? I cant stand this anymore

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  • The "LEGS" you talk abot sound like tonsil rocks. They form in CRATERS or some people call them crytps. They have a foul odor, are hard and can actually be pushed out with a q-tip. This is a common ailment. There is a web site about this condition. Just google tonsil rocks and you'll see the name Kelly. Click on it. Good luck. For some reason Listerine keeps them at bay, and some people have luck cutting down on dairy products. They are also called tonsil oysters or pearls because they are hard.
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    • January 24, 2007
    • 01:53 AM
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