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Medicine For Septal Perforation
Ponaris oil: There is a wonderful over-the-counter product called ponaris oil. It is made of medicinal plant oils and helps moisten the nose and prevent crusting. You use a half of a dropper full twice a day. It can be ordered online. ...Read more
Otolaryngologist/ENT: Otolayrngologist specialize in all things related to the nose. A septal perforation can be a challenging problem, so find one that has a lot of experience with it. ...Read more
Other possibilities: Cocaine, previous nose surgery, other types of nose trauma, chronic steroid sprays, and certain diseases such as wegener's granulomatosis can cause septal perforations. ...Read more
Nasal mucus smell: Hello. My recommendations are first to drink adequate liquids. Second to wash your nose every evening with a saline wash then wait a few minutes. Finally spray OTC Nasacort (triamcinolone) into each nostril as directed at bedtime. Use this daily for at least 10-14 days. This will allow the nasacort (triamcinolone) time to decrease the intranasal inflammation. Continue this as long as needed. ...Read more
A few things: Cocaine, previous nose surgery, other types of nose trauma, chronic steroid sprays, and certain diseases such as wegener's granulomatosis can cause septal perforations. ...Read more
Almost always: Septal perforations almost always get worse over time, and can eventually result in a "saddle nose" were the outside of the nose, the ridge, collapses like a saddle. ...Read more
Perforated septum: Sometimes excessive crusting can be a sign of a perforation. Some patients feel irregular air flow too, The symptoms can vary with the size of the hole and the hole an progress. Have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist, ...Read more
Been prescribed Flixonase nasule drops and it says risk of septal perforation. I already have a hole in my septum from surgery. Will it make it bigger?
Septal Perforation: It is possible that your existing perforation may worsen. Try to avoid nasal decongestant sprays that may further compromise vascular supply to the septum and worsen the perforation. ...Read more
What's the risk of septal perforation from a revision rhinoplasty? I've heard the risk is higher with revision rhinoplasty than with primary rhinoplasty. Is that true? How high is the risk? .
My nose whistles when completely clear, and my septum shakes violently when I blow my nose, could I have a septal perforation?
Perforated septum: The options for treating a perforated septum are wearing a septal button to block the hole or to undergo surgical repair. Have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist, ...Read more
Can weightlifting after sinus surgery cause septal perforation? One month post op, have nasally breathing, trouble breathing into nose, lack smell
Possibly,: See the surgeon for follow up care and advice. ...Read more
Care post nasal sc: Often nose is packed for several days then one keep head elevated moist sprays to nose avoid blowing nose too hard and should heal quickly. ...Read more
Years of drug abuse have left me with a perforated septum. Now sober, I worry it could cause problems. Are there procedures to fix it, or is it okay?
Options: There are solutions for perforated septum. You should seek a consultation with an ENT specialist. ...Read more
Echo1.Old myocardial infraction (inferior+posterior+antero septal+apical) 2.Severe left ventricular systolic dysfunction. What medicine you prefer?
A few: Assuming no medication side effects and normal vital signs in addition to no comorbidities that may play into this- daily aspirin, a beta blocker, statin and often an ace inhibitor. Each patient may need different things based on what else is going on. Have a conversation with your doc about it ...Read more
THE RESULT OF MY ECG IS THIS " SEPTAL WALL ISCHEMIA C- IRBBB" WHAT DOES IT MINS. I AM TAKING RIFAMPICINE DRUG, MY DOCTOR SAID NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT.
M having 40% perforated ear drum m on medications right now does my ear heal by its own in one month through medicines aur surgery needed?
Depends: That is a fairly large perforation. It may heal on its own within 4 to 6 weeks. However, it is quite possible that it will not fully heal. At that point, you need to consider surgical repair. It's not mandatory, if you don't plan on swimming or getting the ear wet. However, most people would opt to have it repaired. ...Read more
Dx CHF 2012 in ICU, problems since. History septal infarct, flutter. Tired, weak, arrhythmic, SOB, pain. No drugs/alcohol. Health not great. Help please.
More info: I am not sure what you are asking. Perforation of what? If you have injured yourself then you need medical attention. I am sorry but I am not sure what you are asking ...Read more
Bleeding: Bleeding from the GI tract is a serious matter. A lot of times it is nothing more than hemorrhoids or an anal fissure (crack) however it can signify more serious disease. I would recommend you see you PCP for an evaluation. Bleeding is rarely related to a perforation. ...Read more
See your doctor:
If you are concerned for a perforation - go to the emergency room immediately.
If you are concerned, instead for an anal fissure - go see a doctor to evaluate it further. ...Read more
If I take rect temp 20 min after giving toddler suppository can I cause perforation or would the suppository melted by then?
Perforation: The suppository would have been long melted. Perforation not possible if thermometer us inserted carefully. ...Read more
The candy will rapidly be broken down by the mechanical and chemical digestion of the stomach.
Good luck! ...Read more
Very low: Uterine perforation is a potential complication of placement of an iud. Once properly placed, the iud is not likely to move. Perforation rates may be as low as <1% for a very experienced physician who places iud's frequently. Ultrasound before and after placement will virtually eliminate the risk, as any improperly placed iud will be detected and can be corrected immediately. ...Read more