My son (13 ) has had persistant catarrh for the past 10 days - we have been steaming and have tried decongestants but it hasnt got rid of it. I have cut down his dairy intake also. He looks grey and tired. Should ...
I have had heavy cataarh for 2 or 3 months accompanied by a spamodic cough. If I press a finger under my right jaw I can usually control the coughing. I have long suffered from cataarh and I m looking for some alleviation of my proness to cataarh...
Hi doctor my daughter is 6 year old.she had astama.since last year she having catrah.not too much.but it s stink so bad.i consult a doctor .he advised nothing to worry it will be fine as se grown up.but I am worried I wants your advise.but one...
I am in my early stage of pregnancy 7weeks to be precise,iv been havin serious catarrgh for days n I m yet to go to the hospital,wat do u suggest I take,drugs!inhalers,I just need some relief coz my nostrils are blocked and this is my first...
hi, my 17month baby is always down with cough and catarrh , what do i do yo prevent future reoccurance. thanks
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Presence of recurrent infection in a 17 month old child can be due to disorder of immune status.
However, recurrent infections are common in young children specially when they are exposed to infected food items and infected environmental pollutants.
You can consult your pediatrician for clinical assessment, relevant investigations and appropriate management.
I have noticed that lately I have been feeling light-headed and dizzy when exhaling. This happens at random times and is never after any physical activity.
Could be eustachian catarrh or sinusitis. Kindly see your physician. Happy to help anytime. If you are happy with my reply, kindly rate it.
Hello, i went to the doctors a week ago and was told i have catarrh in my ear. A week has gone by and i still have ear ache and constant ringing. Help!
as your doctor suggest treatment but you take treatment or not and if not then take treatment.
if even though pain consult again ENT specialist for pain.
If there is no underlying problem consult psychiatrist.