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Congestion And Stuffy Ears
Can i play in today's soccer game with these symptoms: congestion, headache, feel stuffy in one ear.. Just a cold or more ?
Check for difference: It's important to know the difference between flu and cold symptoms. A cold is a milder respiratory illness than the flu. While cold symptoms can make you feel bad for a few days, flu symptoms can make you feel quite ill for a few days to weeks. The flu can also result in serious health problems such as pneumonia and hospitalizations. Flu symptoms are usually more severe than cold symptoms and com. ...Read more
I am experiencing toothache, nasal congestion (stuffiness), flushing on my ears neck and top of head ,gets really red and hot back of neck mostly ear?
Stuffy nose, head congestion, ears feeling clogged, drainage, chest kind of burning but mucous is clear. What is this?
URI/Sinusitis: You most likely have sinusitis and upper respiratory infection. Most commonly these are viral in nature, and do not require antibiotics. However, if symptoms getting worse or chest pain getting worse, be sure to get evaluated as bacterial superinfections can occur, and URI can evolve into pneumonia in some cases. ...Read more
I have been suffering since Monday with sinus congestion, feeling lethargic, stuffy/running nose, sore ears and today I have lost my voice
You sound sick.: This could be a sinus infection or even the flu. You may require treatment. You need to visit your PMD or consult with one of us on HealthTap. ...Read more
Currently getting over sinus issue. Ears stuffy , nasal congestion , cough. Had dull ache above left ear , maybe a couple cm above it. Ideas ?
Took anti biotics for throat infection. Finished them symptoms gone. Then week later have stuffy nose, ear congestion, headache? What happened?
I have a very bad head headache and chest congestion and stuffy nose. I been feeling really nauseous. and today i blew my nose and i felt extremely d?
? Viral: Upper respiratory, lower respiratory and probably gastro intestinal viral infection, at times called 'viral syndrome', happens more in kids, but can occur in adults. You need to see your doctor, meanwhile, rest, fluids, saline nasal washes, rule out pregnancy too if you suspect it, good luck ...Read more
I recently got a fever of about 103. Now, a day later, the fever is gone but I have bad head/neck aches. I have no congestion or runny/stuffy nose. ?
Is nasal/head congestion common in rabies prodrome? Internet lists many cold/flu-like symptoms in prodrome, but no mention of runny/stuffy nose/sneeze
The prodrome: symptoms are very nonspecific. More importantly, if you were bitten by an animal recently, and you are having symptoms, seek medical attention ASAP. ...Read more
Best OTC med for a head cold? Head congestion, stuffy nose and sore throat. No fever or chest congestion/cough. Thank you!
Pelargonium sidoides: The herb pelargonium sidoides, the root of a geranium native to south africa, is the best-proven treatment for colds, sinus infections ; sinusitis. It's the first thing i (; my family) take when getting sick ; has helped hundreds of my patients. It is widely available in a product called umcka, sold at health food stores ; many pharmacies. See http://naturalmedicinejournal.Net/pdf/nmj_dec09_bp.Pdf. ...Read more
Sore throat body aches head pressure stuffy nose no fever but some chills blood in nasal congestion overall tired and rundown started yesterday?
Viral: A lot of people are afflicted by this viral infection now. You may well end up with sore throat, hoarseness, and a productive cough in the next few days. If symptoms get very severe or extends beyond 10 days , you may need medical attention to rule out complications or another cause for your symptoms. ...Read more
Suffering from congestion in ears and post nasal drip for over two weeks, what can I take to help clear it up?
? Sinusitis : Saline nasal washes twice daily, together with OTC decongestants, read the labels carefully, avoid if hypertensive, and see your doctor, you may need Rx medications, good luck ...Read more
How long does it take for side effects from fluticasone to subside after u discontinue use. I have used it a month or so and experience ear congestion?
Side effects: If this is strictly a side effect of the medication, I would hope that as the medication comes out of your system, the effects will go away as well. The half life of the medication is 11-12hrs. So five half lifes before it is more or less out of your system, so roughly 60 hours, I would say fluticasone is out of your system. If there is some suppression on the adrenal axis, this may take more time ...Read more
Yes: Provided that the earplugs are standard and not some unusual design there should rarely be a problem. However, earplugs can push normal ear cerumen (wax) into the ear canal and cause blockage which will be sensed as ear congestion or decreased hearing ( known as conductive or mechanical hearing loss). The sense of nasal congestion should not be related to earplugs. ...Read more
Cold with ear congestion, for 2 weeks now decongestants, ear popping not working need help please?
Eustachian tube: The ear popping is likely do to transient opening of a eustachian tube that has swollen do to the cold.That will often trap mucous in the middle ear and reduce hearing while it is there. This can take a few weeks to clear up but should do some over time. If it becomes painful or you run fever, have your doc see if it became infected. ...Read more
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