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Stuffy Nose After Eating
Constant stuffy nose. Rly nasues after eating anything and feels like throat swells no pain or trouble brething doc sched barium test said proly indeg?
Less than an hour After eating watermelon. Eyes red. Face red. Stuffy nose. Itching all over. Is it allergies or something else?
My son is 5 he has gook in his eyes on and off, stuffy nose, cough, and a tempature. Not sure what it could be. He's eating and drinking.
Likely viral: Likely viral infection. Eye discharge, stuffy nose, cough and fever consistent with viral infection. Eating and drinking a good sign that he is okay. He is likely to feel better in 3-5 days. Follow up with doctor if eye discharge worsens, develops ear pain or rash. ...Read more
Very stuffy nose for 2 weeks now- turned into cough. Not a very wet one. No fever. Still eating but not a lot and not much sleep due to cough.?
I get a real stuffy nose when im eating only when ever im eating slowly my nose starts to get plugd
Any harm done from eating barley if I'm allergic? Eat bread get stuffy nose. I try to avoid it everywhere else so I don't get the bowel issues.
I have a 3 mth old who has started eating less and sleeping more. Why? No fever, stuffy nose, and is not her normal self.
My 5.5 yr old son is running a fever (feverscan forehead) he's not eating or drinking. He's cold but burning up. Stuffy nose achy says his eyes burn?
His symptoms are: Typical for a viral infection. Follow up with his pediatrician for any worsening of symptoms. Take care! Http://www. M.Webmd. Com/cold-and-flu/flu-guide/children-and-flu-influenza. ...Read more
Rattling sound when 3 mo baby coughs accompanied by stuffy nose, no fever, eating and sleeping normally, urinating & bm normal, not fussy. Possible dx?
Purplelish, redness on roof of mouth, symmetrical on both sides. Irritated by eating hard foods. Also fullness in both ears and stuffy nose in morning?
A Brief Reminder:: I'll be brief: If you really have purpleish blotches on the roof of your mouth that won't go away in, say, 1-2 weeks or are getting worse before then (check the rest of your body too) then get to a doctor and have them looked at. They could indicate a number of potential problems that would require immediate attention. Don't freak, just watch, then do. ...Read more
Swelling & mucus: A nose gets stuffy because the inside lining (the mucosa) of the nose swells up, blocking the air flow. The lining also oozes mucus, which blocks airflow even more. Stuffy noses can happen with colds, with allergies, or sometimes with no apparent reason. Blowing one's nose pushes the mucus out, but the swelling would still remain. ...Read more
Many reasons.: You may have allergy symptoms, it is possibly a septal deviation, nasal polyps, infections, discharge from the sinuses. You should get checked by your physician and may be a referral to an ENT physician. ...Read more
Neti pots can: Reduce nasal congestion. Mix ¼ tsp salt w 1 cup lukewarm water. More salt can also be used. Place solution in neti pot. Tilt head & pour solution into 1 nostril. Blow nose lightly & spit out any liquid that drains into throat. Repeat on other side. This can be done in the evening before you go to bed & again in the morning. You can watch a video online to get the finer details down. ...Read more
One natural way.:
Agree w dr. Kam. Neti pots can
reduce nasal congestion. Mix ¼ tsp salt w 1 cup lukewarm water. More salt can also be used. Place solution in neti pot. Tilt head & pour solution into 1 nostril. Blow nose lightly & spit out any liquid that drains into throat. Repeat on other side. This can be done in the evening before you go to bed & again in the morning. ...Read more
? irritants?: The first months are troubled by narrow nasal passages & exposure to dust, fragrences, smoke & other irritants. Baby tries to flush these out of the nose with mucous but this often ends as congestion & produces rattling with breathing. The best rx is washing out the nose with saline & suctioning the remainder. Eliminate irritants from babies environment & this will happen less. ...Read more
Cough: You have to identify the cause if possible. There are numerous infectious and non-infecious causes. Your doctor should be able to help sort it out and make some recommendations. ...Read more