I have had a cold/sinusinfection going on a week now. It is clearing up now but I noticed white on my tongue. It s not creamy or anything and feels dry. I did burn it slightly the other night but I am ...
I have had a sinusinfection with one sided severe eustachean tube blockage for a month. Was on antibiotics for two weeks, which cleared up purulent eye drainage and most painful part of sinusinfection ...
and sinuses are still full of green nasty stuff and my throat and sinus cavity are so itchy it s driving me nuts. My throat has red bumps almost like an allergic reaction. I have no tonsils. Please help. ...
...and 5 different prescriptions. I was told it is a bad sinusinfection but now I am noticing a flap skin on the top of my throat. It is not painful but is red and white. I can feel it when I swallow. It literally ...
pressure. I m thinking it s just a sinusinfection, but the last one I had (back at the end of July ..., but apparently every one around is sick. Does this sound like a sinusinfection as I think it is, or could ...
I have sinusinfection and am on leviquin a couple of days after my tongue hurt and it looked like a white blister and a red sore spot on left side of tongue I have no taste at all it feels a little ...
About a year ago, I suffered from dry mouth, congestion and throat pain and was treated for a sinusinfection. I still did not feel well and my symptoms got worse such as dry mouth, metallic taste and small ...
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.