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Can there be a natural alternative to antibiotics to treat sinusitis?

Can there be a natural alternative to antibiotics to treat sinusitis?

Time will help.: First, increase hydration. Drink at least 8 glasses of plain water a day. Avoid drying agents, ie antihistamines (claritin, allegra, alcohol, caffeine etc) use a saline rinse kit twice a day. Decongest the nose for 3 days only (choice of afrin, (oxymetazoline) vics, etc) most will be better in 7 days. If symptoms worsen, see a physician. ...Read more

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What's the best treatment for chronic sinusitis?

What's the best treatment for chronic sinusitis?

Surgery: Most studies have confirmed that endoscopic sinus surgery and balloon sinuplasty provide to best long-term quality of life improvement in patients with chronic sinusitis. However we only consider surgery if a patient had failed all medical management options. For more info visit www.Socalsinus.Com. ...Read more

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The best treatment for chronic sinusitis is what?

The best treatment for chronic sinusitis is what?

Yes: This is not for amateurs since one must ascertain on the cause for the chronic sinusitis . If there are fixed obstructions to sinus drainage, you may need surgical correction. If you have an allergic problem, then treating the allergy . If immune system is impaired, then possibly gammaglobulin . Aspirin-intolerance is another cause for chronic sinusitis. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about the treatment for chronic sinusitis?

Can you tell me about the treatment for chronic sinusitis?

One of two: Sinusitis can be of dental origin or not. If you have an infection of an upper posterior tooth, or a tooth that has an unsuccessful root canal treatment, you could have an sdo (sinusitis of dental origin). See an endodontist who uses a microscope routinely. Otherwise see an ent. ...Read more

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Could you tell me what is the treatment for chronic sinusitis?

Could you tell me what is the treatment for chronic sinusitis?

Surgery: Chronic sinusitis is defined as sinus infection that has lasted for more than 3 months or 90 days. Usually this problem has been treated with multiple antibiotics and steroids. If the symptoms of pain, pressure and fullness accompanied by yellow nasal drainage continue for more 90 days, it means that the passages from the sinuses to the nose are blocked and they need to be surgically enlarged. ...Read more

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What are the last forms of treatment for acute chronic sinusitis?

What are the last forms of treatment for acute chronic sinusitis?

Acute or chronic: If you have acute over chronic sinusitis, you need to see how bad your sinuses are affected and what are your triggers. See an allergist, get tested for allergies and they will recommend if you need to have a ct scan and also refer you at an ENT if they think surgery would help. ...Read more

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Which is the most effective and simplest treatment for chronic sinusitis?

Which is the most effective and simplest treatment for chronic sinusitis?

Best and simplest: Initially, if untreated, nasal steroid spray, allergy meds if caused by allergies, corticosteroid medications by mouth. If treated and not resolved with meds, the simplest and least invasive treatment is balloon sinuplasty - check my website for more information at myfacesurgeon.Com. ...Read more

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The cold season is close. I had sinusitis treatment this year. I am cured forever? If not, how can I protect myself during the cold season? Thanks.

The cold season is close. I had sinusitis treatment this year. I am cured forever? If not, how can I protect myself during the cold season? Thanks.

Preventing colds: Bacterial sinusitis is a common complication of colds.Symptoms can be a worsening of symptoms after cold improves.Prior treatment of sinusitis (eg:antibiotics) does not provide protection (unless surgery for problems that caused them).Washing hands often in cold season & not touching nose & avoiding being close to people with colds & nasal irrigation if you get a cold (unless reason not to) helps. ...Read more

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Treatment for bilateral maxillary and sphenoid sinusitis?

Treatment for bilateral maxillary and sphenoid sinusitis?

Sinusitis: Due to its deeper location in the skull sphenoid sinusitis requires ENT evaluation. Most likely you will need antibiotic therapy and decongestants. Surgical treatment was served for severe cases. Check with your physicians for proper diagnosis and medical treatment. ...Read more