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Non Infectious Sinusitis Symptoms
Time: Almost all bacterial sinus infections occur following a viral upper respiratory infection. In the first several days following a cold the sinuses inflame due to the viral illness. About 15 to 20% of the time a viral illness becomes bacterial. 7 to 10 days after illness if symptoms persist or worsen with cough, headache, congestion, bacterial is now a likelyhood. ...Read more
Sometimes: Not always. Sinusitis just means inflammation of the sinus cavities. The symptoms can be nasal congestion, pressure or headaches over the sinuses, tooth pain, nasal discharge (clear or purulent), postnasal drip, sore throat, fevers, fatigue or bad breath. It can be caused by anything that inflames the sinuses, like viruses, bacteria, allergies, smoke, fumes, etc., thus we treat the cause. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Depends on the organism and its susceptibility!
Gonorrhea ,Chlamydia and occasional Enterobacteriaceae are the main culprits of Infection! Have your Urine checked for them by your physician with NAAT ( Nucleic Acid Amplification test)
Rocephin and Doxycycline are the combination treatment of choice! ...Read more
usually pain: Patients with abacterial prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (cpps; category iii in the 1995 national institutes of health prostatitis classification system) have the same symptom complex as those with chronic bacterial prostatitis. Such as penile tip pain, testicular, rectal, lower abdominal and back pain. Also they can complaint of frequent urination, pain while urinating and incontinence. ...Read more
Likely bacterial.: Although reports of fungal prostatitis have been reported in the literature, this disease is quite rare, limited to severely immune-compromised (transplant or hiv) patients who are hospitalized. If your have a prostatic infection, it is most likely bacterial and candida is a urinary or culture contaminant. I recommend you see a urologist for evaluation & treatment. ...Read more
Could all kind of prostatitis(acute, chronic bacterial or chronic non bacterial) makes a prostate swell?
Yes: all of the states you mentioned can cause the prostate to enlarge. What of equal if not more importance is the degree of tenderness you experience especially during your rectal exam. Even though you are relatively young, as we get older the prostate can enlarge and cause urinary symptoms. ...Read more
Numerous: A sensation of fullness in the area of the sinuses, congestion and purulent discharge from the nostrils, tenderness over the sinus areas, cough, and occasionally may precipitate asthmatic attacks. This is characterized as chronic when it has gone on for longer than 12 weeks. Should be seen by an ENT doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
CLD and Tx: For more on Lyme Disease (acute and chronic) read Dr. Richard L. Horowitz's book "Why I Can't Get Better." He dose a great job explaining the symptoms, diagnostic test short comings and several therapy regimens. My practice focuses on Lyme and associated diseases and its effect on normal body function. It is also called the great masquerader, as it has many many symptoms. Best, JP Saleeby, MD ...Read more
Very swollen (obstructive), red turbinates most of the time.wut does this mean?allergic rhinitis?or non allergic rhinitis? or chronic sinusitis?
Here are some...: Pyelonephritis denotes inflammatory change from bacterial infection (usually extended from infection in bladder) in renal pelvis, calyces, & papillae extending to renal parenchyma. Clinically, in acute stage, patient is sick with fever & backache; in chronic, may be freeof Sx. But there is distinct difference in the image of kidneys between acute & chronic state. More? Ask doc as space is limited. ...Read more
What are diseases or causes that produce a chronic bowel ulcers (4 years) associated with non bloody diarrhea other than TB or ibd?
See below: A cold is a viral infection.Get a more detailed answer ›
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