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Medicine For Foreign Object In The Nose
No: The problem with trying to take it out yourself is that the narrowest part of the nasal passage is right past the nostril... It's very easy to push it back farther to the point of "no return" and risk your child aspirating the object. Nasal foreign bodies are generally not emergencies and can be seen in clinic as soon as possible. The er doc can traumatize your child and cause bleeding. See an ent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a child sticks a foreign object up their nose, how long will it take for them to stop breathing and die if it is not removed?
Doesn't happen: It can be up there for days and the kid will start smelling like they have terminal body odor.After it is pulled out , the trapped germs begin to disappear and the kid returns to normal.They often need a brief antibiotic course for a sinus infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blow it out: For young children. Occlude the non-affected bare, place your mouth over theirs with a good seal and give a quick "puff" of breath. This often will blow the object out.. Be warned that the object and mucous may hit you in the face when you do this. For older kids or adults, simply attempt to blow it out by blowing the nose. If unable to do this then seek medical care. ...Read more
I would never: You can wet a Q-tip and place the wet end near the object & then gently tease it off the eye. If it will not move, you need to go to an urgent care clinic so they can extract it. An alternative might be using a big bottle of artificial tears to squirt at/flush the object. You cannot control the flow or direction of a showerhead & are likely to do more harm than good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Regular bloody noses. No foreign object concerns. Ac, yes. It is always precipitated by a feeling of mucous draining from sinus- but red blood. What?
Postnasal drainage : From allergies can very well cause nosebleeding as you described. You will need to take antihistamines and nasal sprays w steroids .Clean your nose with saline solutions or otc nasal mist. Need to rule out bleeding disorders if you have easy bruising, tires easily or petechial spots. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 8yo has had for years an infection odor surrounding her head. Inside r nostril shows a swollen red lump. history epistaxis. Foreign object or what?
I hadan object fall from a high shelf, it hit my nose on the side. It is cut along the nose, I have some pain. Do you thinknits serious?
Nasal trauma: Go to the er if the cut is deep or bleeding. They may be able to tell if it's broken but you may need to see an ENT specialist. ...Read more
For flu: If you have the Flu hydrate well w water, herbal teas, soup or juice. Drink sufficiently to have pale to light yellow urine. You can use pain relievers like Tylenol (acetaminophen) or NSAID’s. Rest A LOT! In some situations antiviral medications (Tamiflu, Relenza, Flumadine) may be prescribed within the first couple of days of symptoms to hasten healing or they can be used after flu exposure to prevent illness. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nose Caving In: Although I have never personally witnessed this result of chronically snorting cocaine, it certainly makes sense. Cocaine is a powerful constrictor of blood vessels. Repeated use will eventually result in nasal tissue being cut off from adequate blood supply. This will result in cellular death so there will be less and less tissue between the nostrils which could result in a nasal septum cave-in. ...Read more
Topical antibiotic: The bacteria that's commonly the cause of impetigo is staph aureus, which responds to prescription topical antibiotics. If your doctor determines that you are a carrier of staph, he/she will prescribe you a topical antibiotic to apply to your nostrils. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nasal discharge: First, i would recommend an over-the-counter antihistamine. Nasal steroids can be helpful, too, but these require a prescription. There are other prescription medicines as well, like Atrovent Nasal Spray which is used for certain types of runny nose, called vasomotor rhinitis. ...Read more
Environmental: The most common cause of dryness to the nose and other mucous membranes is the humidity of your surrounding environment. If it is dry in your home, consider increasing the humidity in the home somehow, either through a room humidifier or a central air humidifier. A quick fix may be to use nasal saline sprays as needed, which can be obtained over the counter. ...Read more
My nose is dry on the inside. I think my medicine worked too well. What can I do to keep it from bring so dry?
Gel: Find a nasal saline gel spray at local pharmacy. Use it during day to keep nose from being too dry. ...Read more
I have few scratches in front of my nose which creates serious trouble for me since few days. What is the suitable medicine for it?
Simple things first : One might try neosporin applied with a qtip three times a day for three-five days. If no response see your primary md. ...Read more
Pseudoephedrine: Pseudoephedrine is the most effective nasal decongestant. It's available in most areas without a prescription from behind the pharmacy counter. Ask your pharmacist. You have to be 18 or over in most us states and show id because people make methamphetamines out of it, but in my opinion it works better than otc phenylephrine. ...Read more
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