Hello, Where do I begin? I had a sinusinfection in August 2013. I had the problem for a while ... sense of smell. I haven t had a sense of smell since before all of these sinus problems. I m starting ...
Hello doctor, i am sinusinfection patient. i have consulated ENT specilist one week before.He has prescibed below tablets for 7 days Singoflam 500 mg 1-0-1 microcef-CV 200 1-0-1 allergra M 0-0-1 Happi-d 0 ...
I think I have a sinusinfection. My mucus is green, my throat is on fire, my face is swollen, and the lymph nodes on my throat are tender and swollen to the touch. Plus my ears ache. Can I take cipro, 500 ...
Yes, thank you. I have had a continual sinusinfection for the past 6 months. Treament includes ... with a pillow I can hear popping noises in my sinuses, although I feel as if I can breath through my nose. ...
I have sinusinfection. Every time I cough the top of my head seems to explode then in about 15 minutes its subsides until more mucus drains down my throught then repeat, repeat repeat.all over again ...
my dr. gave me cipro 500 a very bad sinusinfection and I have been taking it with milk every morning and evening I did not know until now why its not working I have 4 days left of medicine and seeing ...
I have constant sinus drainage, I feel a lump in my throat, and a tightness in my chest when I move. I have no fever. I do have joint pain and my hands swell. I get a squeezing sensation in my throat ...
you have take steam inhalation 2 to 3 times daily, avoid nose blocking and avoid common cold.
I will advise you to contact physician and take his opinion and also ENT opinion to rule out deviated nasal septum.
I hope you understood, take care and get well soon.
sour smell in nose. history of sinusinfection
Smelling in noise can be caused by atrophic rhinitis or because of sinusitis.
Treatment is by treating infarction in sinusitis and keeping the nose moist in atrophic rhinitis.
Do consult ENT doctor for examination and treatment accordingly.
Should my sinusinfection be treated with antibiotics?
Not all sinusinfections need to be treated with antibiotics.
Take steam inhalations 4-5 times a day.This will open up the sinuses and decrease the pain.
Take analgesics and antihistaminics.
If infection does not come down with all these and your symptoms are worsening,you can go for antibiotics.