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Tonsil stones
I had tonsil stones for over 3 months. Recently had swab test and ciproflaxacin was advised by ent for 5 days 10 tabs. The stone got dislodged after gargling. But i still feel my mouth has bad breath sometimes. I do gargle regularly after eating. I have large crypt in tonsil. It has some white liquid that smells very bad. I am not sure if the infection is gone. I don't see any visible stones. The bad breath is also reduced now. But ther is bad breath occasionally and some white liquid like material that flows from tonsils crypts that smell bad. What should I do to ge this bad breath away.
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Gargle with warm water frequently,  consult online for better evaluation and management of the problem
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U need keep doing gargles regularly with betadine or h2o2 so as to maintain good oral hygiene. It takes time to get the tonsils crypts of infection.
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