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Right now my temp is 94.9f. Usually it's 97.4-97.7. I have b cell indolent lymphoma (sll). Also on amoc-clav for sinusitis. Should i be concerned?

Right now my temp is 94.9f. Usually it's 97.4-97.7. I have b cell indolent lymphoma (sll). Also on amoc-clav for sinusitis. Should i be concerned?

Hypothermia: How did you take your temperature? Is the thermometer accurate. In all probability, in the absence of any other symptoms you should be fine, but if anything else arises go and see your oncologist asap. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Thompson
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Lymphoma (Definition)

Lymphoma is cancer of the lymph system, which is an infection fighting collection of nodes of lymph tissue populated by white blood cells and ducts that drain excess fluid. The system ...Read more


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What is the cause of sinusitis in general?

What is the cause of sinusitis in general?

Drainage: Sinus health is all about drainage - if they can drain, they'll be fine. When swelling associated with allergies or either a bacterial or viral infection advances enough to interfere with sinus drainage, they can get infected, and pressure can build up into a sinus headache. Once the swelling goes down to the point the sinuses can drain again, they'll heal. ...Read more

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Can fungus cause sinusitis?

Can fungus cause sinusitis?

It can but uncommon: Fungus infections can cause sinusitis but it is rather rare.Most of the sinus infections are caused by Viruses and Bacteria It happens mostly in immune compromised individuals.Most common pathogens are Aspergillus and mucor species ...Read more

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Can sinusitis cause toothaches?

Can sinusitis cause toothaches?

Yes: Swelling of the sinus can cause pressure on the roots of the upper molars. ...Read more

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Can tmj cause sinusitis like symptoms?

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Can tmj cause sinusitis like symptoms?

Very common: for patients with TMJ to complain of pain and pressure in their sinuses, despite the fact that there is no sinus pathology present. ...Read more

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Can sinusitis be caused by air pollution?

Can sinusitis be caused by air pollution?

Yes: If the air pollution causes inflammation of the nasal cavity and sinuses... Then yes it can cause sinusitis. It is not a typical cause and if you are having recurrent episodes, i would explore other causative factors. ...Read more

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Can u get flare up symptoms from missing two night doses of Amoxcillin? Cause I take it for sinusitis. Supposed to take 875mg two times a day.

Can u get flare up symptoms from missing two night doses of Amoxcillin? Cause I take it for sinusitis. Supposed to take 875mg two times a day.

Not likely: You should take your medications as directed as close to the schedule as possible. It isn't the flare up of symptoms, but the incomplete eradication of bacteria. That can lead to chronic infection with more resistant bacteria and an infection harder to treat. ...Read more

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Is 875mg of Amoxcillin enough to take care of sinusitis? Cause I'm on one tablet twice a day. When should I feel better? Today will be day 3 on it.

Is 875mg of Amoxcillin enough to take care of sinusitis? Cause I'm on one tablet twice a day. When should I feel better? Today will be day 3 on it.

Saline irrigation: If the bacteria are sensitive to Amoxicillin, the dose is adequate. Usually by day 3-4 a person will notice some improvement. However, sometimes, sinusitis may require up to 3 weeks' treatment to totally clear. It will help to do sterile saline nasal rinses. Lying on your back and leaning head over bed below body, spray into nostril then move your head to both sides and back, then gently blow. ...Read more

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What bacteria cause sinusitis?

What bacteria cause sinusitis?

Many different ones: Acute sinusitis is usually caused by some bacteria and chronic sinusitis is often cause by different ones. Oftentimes the infection may have more than one bacteria. The exact bacteria isn't generally important in acute sinusitis, as they usually respond well to typical antibiotics. If you have chronic sinusitis your ENT may recommend a culture of your nose to further investigate things. ...Read more

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Dr. Andrew Berry
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Sinusitis (Definition)

Sinusitis is inflammation of the ...Read more