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How Long And How Often Per Day Should You Do Steam Inhalation For Sinusitis
Varies: Every several hours if it is being helpful, or until the sinus congestion resolves. Ask your family doc or ENT what they recommend.. ...Read more
I have had chronic sinusitis since Halloween. I have a cough, fatigue, sneezing, ear pressure and shortness of breath & dizziness when I move to fast. I have tried otc sinus meds and nasal sprays, steam, a course of antibiotics and lots of spicy soup. N
U need re-assessment: By an ENT or your primary doctor, you may need a different antibiotic or a different duration, at least 2-4 weeks worth of right antibiotics, even more at times, together with nasal washes, steroid nasal sprays or even short course of systemic steroids may be needed to treat bad sinusitis/middle ear infection, good luck ...Read more
Bronchitis, then inhaled bleach vapor, now excessive clear bronchial secretions for 3+ months. Clear lung x-ray, chills, recurring sinusitis. Help.
Sounds like: You are having a delayed reaction to environmental exposure. Time to see a lung specialist, a pulmonologist if you have suffered with it for 3 months. ...Read more
I have cough w/ phlegm @ 1st hr. Then follow dry cough, tired, headache, sinusitis, sneezing, slight chestpain (sternum)and wheezing when only inhaling.?
Sinusitis: Try breath-right nose strips until u see your primary care doc. In the morning for exam. ...Read more
Check teeth again: Do you still have your wisdom teeth? If so they tend to build up plaque which causes mouth odor. Do you floss every day? Rarely halitosis (bad breath) can come from diseased tonsils. Are they large or painful? Do you have symptoms of sinusitis (headache, fever, cough, nasal congestion)? Sinusitis can cause bad breath in some cases. Try flossing more and have wisdom teeth removed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nasal wash: Try a nasal wash product. It is a bottle that you fill with purified water and a salt/baking soda packet. You then stand over the sink, place the bottle in your nose, and gently spray the bottle. It will clear out bacteria, mucus, and debris from the nasal and lower sinuses. Have you been tested for allergies? Sometimes allergies can mask as chronic sinusitis. Be well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
ENT doctors!: If your bad breath is directly caused by sinusitis, it is best to get an advice from ENT doctors--they are the expert! On the other hand, if the sinusitis is due to a failing tooth or infection in the tooth that is leaking into sinus cavity, you need help from a dentist. A scan is a powerful tool to find the source of your sinusitis. Consult your ENT and dental doctors. Get fresh breath back! ...Read more
I suffer from sinusitis and I use Biorinil when needed. Sometimes, it makes my nose breath harder for some minutes to some hours. What should I do?
Sinusitis: I have responded to a similar question for you in the past. You have a complicated and extensive history of sinusitis with prior surgeries. It is not appropriate to second guess your doctor who has been managing your sinusitis and knows your condition better than we would. I would recommend you direct all your sinus-related questions to your current ENT. ...Read more
What is the best kind of mouthwash to use to prevent bad breath? I have chronic sinusitis so this may be a factor in the smell of my breath.
I keep getting sinusitis feel like my immune sys is really low its now spread to my chest finding coughing up yellow phelgm and hard to breath advice?
Sinus infections can be difficult to treat sometimes. Factors to consider include resistance of bacteria and the duration of the antibiotic. I would suggest discussing a course of at least 14 days of Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) with your provider.
Using nasal saline rinses and a nasal steroid to reduce swelling as indicated can be included in your treatment.
Allergies, Ciliary defects and CF are also possible. ...Read more
Diagnosed with strep n sinusitis. Everytime I blow my nose balls of blood comes out. I cnt stop blowin my nose. Stuffy nose cause short breath.
See an ENT: This sounds potentially serious. Go asap.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am wondering if I have something else besides sinusitis? Feel like I have bad breath, acid reflex, diarrhea, vomit, and coughing, hot and chills? ?
Choke on saliva only during sleep. I have chronic sinusitis and post nasal drip. I don't have breath or swallow problems and no known health issues.
No. 1 issue- mouth: Breather! Anyone who has chronic sinusitis have a big issue in that they normally can't breeze through their nose easily, so they compensate by breathing through their mouth. So that is a health condition worth noting. If you're choking on your saliva, and have postnasal drip issues at night, you need to make sure during the day that you're well hydrated, and also must change your diet to reduce the amount of phlegm producing food products consumed: cheese, processed foods, milk products. ...Read more
21, male, smoker, 0.45 packyr. Shortness of breath always and coughing. Fev1 is 86% predicted and fvc is 80% and fev1/fvc is 1.1 pef is 82% and pif is 5.09. suffered from sinusitis. No wheezing but chest pain sometime. What disease I have?
Stubborn pighead!: You say that you are always short of breath yet you continue to smoke. They say you can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it drink. You are a good example of that bit of folk wisdom. ...Read more
I went to my primary yesterday and I was told that I have acute sinusitis, acute rhinitis, acute allergic and serous otitis media. Can any of these cause shortness of breath?
Yes... But: If you have all those diagnosis the underplaying cause is an infection, which can spread, to the lung. Sinusitis can lead to post nasal drip and cause shortness of breath, but so can a bronchitis or pneumonia.... If you don't get better shortly or get worse head back over to his office. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not necessarily: Chronic rhinosinusitis can lead to an asthma flare, and a sense of sinus fullness. However, if you are having throat swelling, it can be due to angioedema or to a severe allergic reaction. You should see an allergist as soon as possible. If it happens again, go to your emergency room - this can be life threatening. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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