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Are There Natural Ways To Treat Bacterial Tracheitis
Yes, antibiotics: ...Nearly all of which are derived from nature. E.G. Penecillin and cephalosporins all their relatives come from fungi. That said, nearly all forms of "tracheitis" and bronchitis are due to viruses, and then you can use all the non-doctor prescribed meds you want, because we have few antibiotics for viruses. Treat the symptoms and it usually gets better in spite of, not because of the antibiotics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should get better: Unless your brother has some form of immune deficiency he should get quite better with appropriate treatment. Any form of infection can produce some damages to tissues which may then increases susceptibility to other infections, but this is not necessarily going to occur. ...Read more
Long term nothing: Bacterial tracheitis can cause airway obstruction from infected crusts building up in the trachea. It is treated with bronchoscopy, antibiotics, steroids, etc. If there is no need for long term intubation, then there should be no problems with long term issues. Occasionally there will be permanent scarring of the trachea that can be fixed if necessary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal flora: We all have many different kinds of bacteria all over our bodies (integument or skin and mucous membranes). They are called normal bacterial flora and you cannot get rid of them and would not want to. If you have an infection under your armpit this can be treated by your doctor, usually without much difficulty. ...Read more
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