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Yellow mucus in nose. How to get rid of sinus infection quickly?

Hi Dr..month a ago i had a cold and cough took cople of antibiotics did not resloving better.last i went to ENT and dr gave me zocef500 that is not getting better.earlier i had nasal block with mucus and now i can breath . no flu nothing. but a little bit yellow mucus on my path of my left nose. i feel i might have sinus infection .how do i get red of sinus quickly. any good antibiotics for this illness . Thnx Naresh
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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Hi Mr Naresh
Welcome to Health Care Magic

You have already taken antibiotics - more than once! Why again?
If it is not improving, you have to do investigation - blood counts, CT scan for sinus and so on. -

There are several possibilities -
There may be a pocket of infection - which needs to be drained.
The organism could be an-aerobic.
There may be some mild form of immune deficiency

Have a second opinion from another ENT specialist / have investigations / THEN go for proper treatment.

Take care
Wishing you speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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