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Re: stones in salivary glands
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Published: 21 years ago
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Re: stones in salivary glands


I have these stones too as well. They are produced from bacteria build up in a "tonsil crypt" (hole) which I have found in my mouth.

From time to time I pass these stones. They are called "tonsil stones" They are usually white and are small like you stated. I have made an appointment with an ENT (Ear, Nose, Throat Doctor) to find out what I need to do.

I want to have the opening for bacteria closed. I don't think it is a good thing for bacteria to be building up into a "ball" in a hole in the mouth.

Research through the internet on "tonsil stones" and "tonsil crypt".

Gallstone attacker


Hope this helps!

> I have had for years stones in my salivary glands.. From time to time I pass them from under the tongue and they
> are small white and soft like cooked rice but the size of small peas. My question is: Does anyone know how and
> why they form? Also, how can I flush them from the glands.

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