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I coughed up white cheese like chunk
I just coughed up  huge white cheese like solid chunk or bump i vomitted thrice to get these out . It was huge and white and smells so bad . I don't know from where it come from stomach or from back of throat but i felt little congestion in throat after first time i coughed up a lump . I haven't eaten any cheese or panneer like things i don't know what just happened . I don't have any pain temperature fever etc but I don't know what was that i coughed it up thrice and felt congestion in back of my throat after first vomit . I don't what was it . Was it a tonsils stone? But it was so huge and wide and i dont know it was from throat or from stomach
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It is known as Tonsillolith. Basically, it is just food that was trapped inside deep crypts of your tonsils which over time rot under the influence of certain anaerobic bacteria and salivary enzymes. Subsequently, layers of calcium deposit over it as well as dead keratin from the tonsil surface squamous epithelium. There is only one solution for this. LASER assisted Tonsillar Cryptolysis.
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