Could tonsil stones cause a chronic cough for over a year?

Tonsil stones. Tonsil stones are common. The most frequent complaints from people with them are sore throat, scratchy throat, halitosis or bad breath and recurrent throat infections. Although it is certainly possible to cause cough, your cough is probably not necessarily related. Evaluation of a cough should include listening to the lungs with a stethoscope, chest x-ray, lung function tests and larynx exam.

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What could cause chronic cough, tonsil pain, tonsil stones, fatigue, headaches, vision problems, muscle pain and a general sick feeling all the time?

? viral syndrome? Your symptoms, as many as there are, could be consistent with a viral syndrome. The chronic cough may also be contributed by gerd( gastro-esophageal reflux disease). I'd recommend that you see your primary care doctor for a check-up. Good luck. Read more...
Possible virus. If symptoms persist more than a week or two, get checked. Read more...