Hmmm that is a interesting question...I did snore b4 and I continue to snore post op...but not like I did, and I was checked for sleep apnea...
It can be an obstruction causing it that shifted as a result of the surgery...I do not mean the cerebral tonsils, but something else ...mayb the tonsils in ur throat,...I had mine out in the 2nd grade my parents were concerned with my mouth breathing....and I have always wondered if it was chiari related.
I also had my adenoids out at that time too.
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