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Treatments for tonsil stones may include warm salt water gargles, at-home removal, antibiotics or surgery, according to WebMD. Tonsil stones often do not require treatment, especially if they do not cause symptoms. The b... More »

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Tonsil stones can be removed at home by gently using a cotton swab or clean finger to dislodge them, explains Healthline. Coughing energetically or gargling with a salt water solution can also sometimes help dislodge the... More »

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Tonsilloliths are tonsil stones, according to WebMD. Tonsillolith symptoms include bad breath, ear pain, white debris, sore throat, trouble swallowing and swelling of the tonsils. More »

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The only way to prevent tonsil stones from forming is to surgically remove the tonsils, according to WebMD. Because tonsil stones typically only occur in people who have chronic inflammation of the tonsils, removal of th... More »

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According to WebMD, tonsil stones that cause no symptoms typically go away on their own. Tonsil stones that are a nuisance can be removed at home with picks or swabs. A regular salt-water gargle can also be helpful in ea... More »

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Treatments for a prostate infection typically include antibiotics, pain medications, sitz baths and anti-inflammatory medications, according to WebMD. Treatments vary depending on the severity and length of time of the i... More »

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