Prime objective of this article is to explain Dangers of a Tonsillectomy. Tonsils are an integral part of the lymphatic system, they remove cellular waste through the head. Every living living organism produces waste, cells usually are no exception, they dump the waste in to the interstitial space, which would be the term for the fluid that fills the place between cells. The level of fluid in interstitial space is quite substantial, about four times that on the volume of blood. Elimination of tonsils breaks the connection between lymphatic ducts in addition to vascular vessels, thus rendering it virtually impossible for the cellular waste through the head to be excreted.