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Tonsil stones are calcium deposits on the tonsils and occur when tonsilitis is recurrent and has occurred many times or frequently. Most of the time, the white spots that are visible on the tonsils are food particles and debris that accumulate in the fold of the inflamed mucosa over the swollen tonsils. These spots go away when the infection and the inflammation settles down. So, if this is the first time she has had tonsilitis then these are not tonsil stones.
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If she has a high-grade fever and pustules on her tonsils then this is bacterial. If the fever is slow onset and remains low grade without any chills or rigors then this is viral.
If she has a fever over 101, then the flu shot should be postponed to when she has fully recovered.
Yes, she can get the flu shot if she doesn't have a fever.
And if she doesn't have a fever, then this is not bacterial.
Yes, it can cause snoring in toddlers.
Tonsilitis is not dangerous. It is something that is very common in children.
Take good care.
Yes, they will still work.