Can singulair help my post nasal drip & tonsil stones? I take Claritin and and still have constant drainage.

No. singulair won't, and claritin would partially help, you may very well have chronic sinusitis and may need an antibiotic, / more medicines to control your symptoms. See your doctor first, who may refer you to an ENT or an Allergist for further management, good luck .

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I know I have tonsil stones. Can these cause post nasal drip and tender gland under chin? My dr. Says nothing can be done but it hurts and the post

See ENT. I believe an ENT doctor will be able to help you on this. I would leave it alone if you have no symptoms but if you have a lot of discomfort from it, then something (including tonsillectomy) needs be done. Read more...

Tonsil feels numb, I have tonsil stones I pick out, also post nasal drip that won't go away. Why does my one tonsil feel this way? Serious? I'm 18

Post nasal drip. Post nasal drip can come from allergies or sinus problems, and bacterial growth causes the "stones" (soft cheesy material) sometimes seen on the tonsils. It is not good to try to remove the stones; you risk infection by injuring the surrounding area, & without addressing post-nasal drip, they will return. Your doc can help find cause of the drip, and guide treatment based on cause. Read more...

My tonsils have so many crevices in them and I have been getting reoccurring tonsil stones, I also have post nasal drip. Are tonsil stones contagious?

Tonsil. Not contagious. The crevices are called crypts and trap food in them Make sure you drink a lot of water and gargle often. Some people with silent acid reflux have a drip with it and tonsil stones. See if theres any relationship between the drip and what you eat. The only actual cure for stones is tonsillectomy but that is a big and painful step. Read more...
Not at all. f you've got a water pick, a mirror, a penlight, and good coordination, you can probably manage them. A half-unbent paper clip may be more likely to hurt you but can work well. The "stones" are actually masses of keratin. Nobody understands why some folks get them. A ENT doctor can resurface your tonsils with a laser, or remove them -- the latter's probably not worth it. Read more...

Hi, I have tonsil stones and post nasal drip for 2 years. Recently, I have noticed several bumps under my tonsiles with no pain. Please Help!

Chronic. Or recurrent upper respiratory infection/inflammation, tonsilar stones wouldn't cause such, if you mean by "bumps under your tonsils " enlarged painless lymph nodes, that could secondary to the chronic inflammation we mentioned above or some other condition, please visit your doctor, good luck. Read more...