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Infection That Causes Narrowing Of The Bronchial Tubes
Can pnd cause acute bronchitis or bronchitis like symptoms? I read that it can drip down into your bronchial tubes resulting in this.
Sinobronchial synd: Yes, it is thought that post-nasal drainage or drip can flow from the back of the nose to the airway through the pharynx. The pharynx is a very complex area where the air you breath and everything you swallow have to cross. Pnd can get to the trachea. Many times is causes throat clearing and cough, but I have certainly see patient develop bronchitis from colds or other upper respiratory illness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
I believe I have developed a secondary infection in my bronchial tubes from my sinuses and allergy. I have a major cough and I am coughing up green clumps of mucus.
Every time I garden (weed) my bronchial tubes seem to close up and I really have chest paints. Any suggestions?
Talk to your PCP: Your problems could be caused by allergens or from cardiac origin. Talk to your primary care physician to evaluate the cause of your symptoms. ...Read more
Branching airways: The bronchial tree starts with the trachea in the neck then divides in a y shape in the mediastinum to each lung and from then on successfuly branches into tubes of smaller and smaller caliber until they become bronchioles which ultimatly terminate in a group of air sacs or alveoli. ...Read more
Bronchial tubes are part of the internal structure called Repiratory Tree, and is part of Respiratory System.
The Trachea also called wind pipe allows the air to flow into two hollow branches called the bronchi or Bronchial Tubes
One tube is connected to right lung and the other to left lung. These extend into many branches known as bronchioles that are responsible for air exchange in each lung ...Read more
How long will I be tired from using symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) for two 1/2 weeks for having inflamed bronchial tubes?
Not sure: I understand you are using symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) a combination of long acting bronchodilator and an inhaled corticosteroid. Most of the side effects are due to the local effects of these medicines. Oral thrush, hoarse voice, rarely tremors (transient) are the most well known and described side effects. Please talk to your doctor to see if the tiredness is actually related to your usage of symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long will I be tired from using symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) for two and a half weeks for inflamed bronchial tubes?
Not related: Probably the respiratory disease that you are taking symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) for, is most likely caausing your fatigue rather than symbicort (budesonide and formoterol). ...Read more
Wheezing especially at night. I can feel it deep in the lungs. Had advair in the past. Could this be restrictive bronchial tubes?
My husband had pneuomonia. Went back to dr today. Still residual left from infection. Dr could not see bronchial tube. Bronscopy. Cancet?
Ask the doctor: Traces of pneumonia will show for weeks even after treatment. The appearance on x-ray resolves slowly. However, I am not sure what the doctor meant if he could not see the bronchial tube, so you should ask that doctor. It may be under or over exposure of the x-ray leading to unclear picture or maybe the residual pneumonia is in the central region blocking the bronchial tube. Just ask again. ...Read more
My husband had pneuomonia. Went back to dr today. Still residual left from infection. On X-ray the dr could not see all of bronchial tube. Cancet?
Steroids: Inflammation of the bronchial tubes is the hallmark of someone with persistent asthma. The best treatment to control the underlying inflammation is use of an inhaled steroid on a daily basis. Once under better control, the medication can be decreased to achieve the lowest effective dose. ...Read more
Is Ibuprofen also helpful in reducing inflamtion of bronchial tubes during acute bronchitis. Ie it is better to take it instead of panadol for fever.
STDs: Usually, tube infections (pelvic inflammatory disease) is caused by sexually transmitted diseases, like chlamydia. Gonorrhea and intestinal bacteria can also contribute. Sometimes, tube problems are not from infection, but from endometriosis. This is a condition where the lining of the uterus spreads to other places like the tubes, ovaries or pelvic cavity. ...Read more
How long do I have to wait until I can masturbate after an operation to unblock my sperm tube? (caused by water infection).
Nephrostomy tube dislodged -noted by radiology. Dr stated this is normal - now I have a fever (told dr. This 6 days ago). Would this cause infection?
Possible: Visit an ENT for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Fallopian tubes infection can also cause back neck pain? I have a very painful back neck. And also suffering fallopian tube infection.
Had nasal endoscopy yestrrday. Had to suck end of tube b4 inserted. Now can't stop sneezing. Feel like I have a cold. Cud this have caused infection?
Very Common: It is a common but annoying consequence of administering oxygen by nasal cannula. It helps if you use a saline nasal spray for lubrication and take benadryl (diphenhydramine) by mouth. It is also possible that you could have acquired a cold, since you were in a hospital but your complaints are well documented. ...Read more
The bronchial tree starts with the trachea in the neck then divides in a y shape in the mediastinum to each lung and from then on successfuly branches into tubes of smaller and smaller caliber until they become bronchioles which ultimatly terminate in a group of ...Read more