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Pharynx Disorders Medication
Pharyngeal disorders: Pharyngeal disorders are problems that involve the pharynx which is the food tube comprised of muscle covered with mucosa that goes from the oral cavity to the esophagus. There is an oropharynx (in the oral cavity), nasopharynx (in the nose), hypopharynx (around the larynx). It is contiguous and connects to the esophagus inferiorly at the end of the hypopharynx. ...Read more
Pharyngeal disorders are problems that involve the pharynx which is the food tube comprised of muscle covered with mucosa that goes from the oral cavity to the esophagus. There is an oropharynx (in the oral cavity), nasopharynx (in the nose), hypopharynx (around the larynx). It is contiguous and connects to the esophagus inferiorly at the ...Read more
Maybe not: You don't say what is wrong with your thyroid, and what medications you are on. If the sx in your neck are from an enlarged thyroid (goiter), the medications may or may not help. It would be important to figure out exactly what is causing your symptoms. Usually a modest size goiter does not cause symptoms. ...Read more
Flat red rash on arms legs, face and neck. It is splotchie and does not itch.No medication changes. I have Crohn's disease.
Minereas disease I have minereas disease and was told i had a twisted artery in my neck could this be effecting the minereas because now no medication works dizzy and ringing in ears pretty much constant can't take many more 8 hours of vomiting
Meniere's Syndrome: Inner ear, only one side ringing, vertigo (dizziness with nausea), may occur in families. Limit or eliminate caffeine, salt, chocolate. See a physician who treats these cases if the episodes occur often, consider an endolymphatic shunt (surgical procedure). Successfully works for many. Hearing aids do not work to reduce ringing. Some people outgrow vertigo, but not ringing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My skin is dry & itchy. Legs, back, arms, neck, ears, face. Red patches on arms. Confused. What could be wrong? Medication. What disease is this? Thx.
Need to know more: Although the description is compatible with atopic eczema( since you probably have allergic rhinitis as well as evidenced by the sneezing), it is not possible to tell without a direct examination. Consult an allergist or dermatologist. In meanwhile be sure to bathe daily and apply a skin moisturizer immediately after having sponge dried your skin . ...Read more
My husband has polycystic kidney disease and currently takes blood pressure medication. For the last 4-6 days he has experienced a severe and persistent headache that is not relieved by Tylenol and today is complaining of a stiff neck. He also seems to
May or not be due-: -the medications. You need to ask this of your prescribing MD? ...Read more
Are there any neurological disorders that cause really bad headaches bad neck/ back pain. Had this since august, and nothing works, no drugs will help?
Chronic daily H.A.'s: Maybe you too have migraine, and your "drugs" have precipitated a more frequent pattern. There are items which can both stop and prevent headaches, both prescription and otc. Suggest you seek an experienced neurologist, and get this controlled. Avoid pain meds of all types, as will just exacerbate your problems. ...Read more
How relevant is nasal obstruction to sleep-related breathing disorders? Most doctors seem solely focused on the pharynx.
UARS: Very relevant! upper airway resistance syndrome can be a large factor involved with sleep related breathing disorders. Please consider seeing dentists who are trained in dental sleep medicine while there is no current speicalty in this area currently, seek those who are diplomate status in the american academy of dental sleep medicine (aadsm). Also those who use acoustical rhinometry! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a grandson that is 8 weeks old with acid reflux disease. Right now he's suffering from pharynx congestion. What can we give for the congestion?
Couple things: Treat one nostril at a time. Put a few drops of saline spray, like ayr for babies, in one side, then squeeze the bulb syringe until flat and insert into the side with the saline, open when in the nostril an it will suck out the saline and the congestion, remove it, clean it and repeat on the other side . Use a cool mist humidifier in the sleeping room. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi doc I have been experiencing neck pain for a while.i have tried medication and it has failed. Is there any other options?
Neck pain: It would be nice to know what you are treating, Initially I Would see a doctor, get an X-ray of the cervical spine.That way , you and the doctor may have a clue in what needs treatnent ...Read more
Im 32 yrs old, sometimes im feeling dizzy and my back neck is paining. My BP is in between 160/100. Im not taking medication?
See someone: The list of causes too many depending on the rest of the questions that need to be answered, your physical exam and results of basic tests. You should see someone. A primary care doctor would be the ideal first visit. Good luck. ...Read more
What can I try to relieve a 5 day headache that nothing has helped (sleep, various pain medications, lots of water, neck massage)?
Ricola! No, really.: If this is related to a simple upper respiratory tract infection, then i recommend an over the counter throat lozenge. They have mild anesthetic properties that will soothe a sore throat. Easy peasy. If the throat pain is persistent or if you have been a long term smoker or suffer from gastric reflux problems, you may want to see your doctor for further advice or referral to a specialist. ...Read more
Good old penicillin: Despite being the oldest antibiotic around, it is still the #1 recommended treatment for strepthroat. If you are allergic to penicillin, you maybe given azithromycin, Clindamycin etc.. Add some salt-water gargles, motrin/tylenol, sorethroat spray for comfort. No kissing/smooching for a few days! good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tips: For significantly sore throat w swollen tonsils / lymph nodes – see physician ; get a strep throat test ; culture. Antibiotics are imperative for strep throat. Try saltwater gargles. Mix tsp of salt in 8 oz of warm water – gargle w this several times/day. You can gargle w aloe vera juice a couple of times per day. A mix of chamomile tea w honey ; lemon juice helps. Meds aren't always needed. ...Read more
Pain Treatments: Yes, there are many very effective alternatives. Acupuncture, massage, yoga, weight training and muscle strengthening to hold the neck in better position. I believe that the only long term option for these troubles is really yoga. There comes with this practice a healing that western medicine can only hope for. ...Read more
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