"I'm just curious - I'm severly fatigued, I mean - I want to cry every morning when I have to get out of bed, and I do have tonsil stones."
Have you thought of being tested for sleep apnea? There is a survey you can take and your GP should be able to identify whether or not you are a candidate. An ENT would be able to look in your throat and determine if its structure predisposes you to this condition.
I didn't feel/diagnose my sleep apnea until last year, and mine was severe.
Things to look for:
1) Being over weight
2) enlarged tonsils
3) restlessness and waking throughout the night
4) always waking fatigued and tired
5) falling asleep during the day
6) needing to take naps... etc
SO in some ways tonsils stones are linked to enlarged tonsils in adults and enlarged tonsils are linked to sleep apnea, and sleep apnea is linked to chronic fatigue.... which I guess you could say the tonsil stones are linked in a way to your fatigue.
"I've had many things go wrong with me in the past two years - but I've put most of it ( and so have my Drs. ) off on having my son in 2003. Everyone tells me it's my hormones, and that they are still out of whack. I'm telling you - I've never had so many health problems in my life! I don't know how much longer I can believe it's hormones. " Trust me, I can sympathize... don't put it off any longer.
Get thee to an ENT. Get checked out and inquire about a good sleep apnea doctor. Mine is a cardiologist... cream of the crop and now with my CPAP my severe sleep apnea is controlled; I actualy sleep through the night and only wake up when my 3 yr old canon balls my chest.
"I haven't been to an ENT yet, but I do think I want to get them removed - I can't take the stones anymore!" You never have to do a surgery. It is your choice, you can always say no... but 10-12 days of discomfort versus a lifetime? Think about it.