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Sinus swelling: Runny, stuffy, congested nose with pressure behind the eyes, and sometimes post nasal discharge are suggestive of chronic rhinitis. Appropriate evaluation by ear nose and throat specialist and or allergist will be helpful. Medicines to help symptoms and possible immunotherapy (allergy injections) , if indicated, will be helpful. Humidity changes can affect the symptoms. ...Read more
Not at all !: Changes in humidity and barometric pressure can affect the way your sinus drain. Also some molds and other allergens may be more active with weather changes. ...Read more
Allergy: You may have some kind of allergy. You may want to take allergy medication or decongestin. It may be a good idea to see a doctor. ...Read more
Pain meds: There are multiple casual factors that may precipitate the headaches. Low or high barometric pressure could induce the headaches. First i would get a brain MRI and a cat scan sinus survey to rule out sinusitis. If all negative, i would prescribe narcotics, nonsteroidals anti-inflammatory agents, fioricet, and topamax (topiramate). ...Read more
Can an abrupt change in weather patterns and humidity be a factor in a meniere's disease attack? I have meniere's and have experienced a prolonged attack (over 36 hrs) the longest I have endured to date. I was just wondering if the changes in humidity an
Well, : Well, yes a change in barometric pressure , or any stress, could probably bring on a meniere's attack. It would be highly unusual for a meniere's attack to last 36 hours. As a matter of fact, by definition, meneire's attacks last less than 24 hours. Do you have fullness in one ear and hearing loss that has gone up and down with attacks? If not, you more likely have migraine associated dizziness, which is frequently confused with meniere's disease, and much, much more likely to last 36 hours, and happen as a result of a change in the weather. Discuss your symptoms with your ent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can I do if my nose has bleed the past 8 days. Is this common with changes in humidity, pollen, etc.?
How severe the effects of change in barometric pressure and air humidity in people with minor mitral regurgitation? Does any restriction apply? Ty.
Any change in temperature or humidity makes my ears 'pop open' after a couple of hours. A 'misty' mucous forms in my nasal passages. Any treatment?
Can a change of weather cause a bloody nose? I moved from a really humid place to a dry place. If not, what could it be?
Yes: Dry air - may dry out the tissues in the nose- this may cause it to be more friable and to bleed. ...Read more
See below: A humidity range between 40-60% is healthy for the body, mainly because bacteria have a hard time growing in this range. The epa’s recommendation of 30-50% is mainly for preventing mold growth in the house. Geographically, most infants acclimate well to any environment. Don't worry! ...Read more
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