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Suphedrine Sinus Nighttime Medication
In anatomy, a sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue. Most commonly found in the bones of the face and connecting with the nasal cavities. Sinus (anatomy), description of the general term paranasal sinuses, air cavities in the cranial bones, especially those near the nose, including: the maxillary sinuses, also called the maxillary antra and the largest of the ...Read more
Glaucoma: If the iridotomies are open and functioning there should be no problem. ...Read more
I'm 16 and had migraines for months and tried many medication but they didn't work and ruled out sinus. What should I do next? What can it be?
Migraine treatment: Once a diagnosis of migraine has been made, effective management of migraine involves three specific strategies: 1) patient education, 2) nonpharmacological management, and 3) pharmacological (medical) management. See an orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and professional management. ...Read more
Can I still exercise while taking my medication listed in my profile? .I'm on my third week taking a new antibiotic for sinus
Maybe: If you exercise at a high intensity and have an infection you need to back off some if you have significant fever you might need to take break and rest. Some antibiotics risk a serious skin reaction if sun exposed. Why are you taking antibiotic? That reason is more likely to slow you down than the antibiotic itself check with your doctor with these details to be certain. ...Read more
A Neti Pot: Current recommendations from several authorites discourage the routine use of antibiotics now in sinus infections. A neti pot (using sterile water and a salt soltuion) is a safe and helpful treatment. ...Read more
Its sounds although you have intractable sinus disease. Given your prior hx:
bilateral medial turbinectomies. Resection of medial walls, of both maxillary sinuses, and a partial ethmoidectony; you might need surgical intervention but I would ask your physician. ...Read more
Sinus headache: If you have chronic sinus headaches they could be allergic or infection. See your dr and get proper diagnoses and treatment please. ...Read more
My sinus problem never persist even after my nasal opetation. I have to rely on oral medication for certain time. What is the best cure?
It depends: From what I gather, you still have sinus problems after sinus surgery. Very broadly, persistent allergies, smoking, possible need for revision surgery, problems with the immune system, ongoing exposure to germs (e.g. Kindergarten teachers), and a tendency for sinus polyps to regrow are possibilities. Rarely is surgery a total "cure, " so it is important to follow up or maybe get a second opinion. ...Read more
Wat is umbilical sinus? Is it curable by medication or surgery is required?? Umblical sinus is of 2 cms in C.T scan reports. Plz reply soon
Do you need to take medication for pots syndrome/ inappropriate sinus tach? High hr is just an annoyance sometimes, don't really have other symptoms
Probably not: If you have a diagnosis of pots, the treatment is directed towards symptoms. Pots by itself isn't life threatening, but can be annoying. Lots of fluids throughout the day is also a standard recommendation. If you really aren't symptomatic, why would you take medicine or even carry this diagnosis. ...Read more
Hi, I have been experiencing sinus drainage for a couple of weeks now. I went to a minute clinic and received some medication, but did not finish the?
You did not finish?: I am guessing you did not finish the medication now if you are feeling good no more drainage great if you still having drainage then make sure you take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) 50mg at bed time use OTC saline nasal spray and eat local honey hope that is helpful thank you for using health tap good luck ...Read more
I am riding the 947 challenge (cycling 100km) this weekend and have come down with very mild flu symptoms yesterday (which is probably better described as sinus). I am taking OTC medication, and it seems to be a lot better today. Can I still ride?
What are the stages for a sinus infection to run it`s course. I am taking azithromycin. I started the medication on friday.
I have a sinus infection that I cannot clear with medication would getting a CT scan show a sinus problem thanks p.S the pain is above both eyes?
Yes: Sinus ct would provide useful information.Get a more detailed answer ›
Some can: The body can fight off some sinus infections over an extended period of time (4-6 weeks) but the discomfort & symptoms may remain for the duration. Decongestant nasal sprays & nasal wash out with saline may help over time. People did get these & survive before we had antibiotics. However, the prolonged course and symptoms may make it unwise to try. Significant complications can occur. ...Read more
Yes: No problem with bothGet a more detailed answer ›
Unfortunately your: Question is not clear. Do you mean what medications are safe to take to treat sinus tachycardia or do you mean what medications are safe to take to treat a different problem when you have sinus tachycardia? Please ask a clearer question so we can help you to get the answer you want. ...Read more
Sinus pain: Try nasal saline irrigation or netti pot. ...Read more
Most Likely Yes: All of the sinus medications warn against use in the setting of thyroid disease. However, if your thyroid disease is well controlled on your current levothyroxine dose and you have no other reasons not to take the sinus medications you should be fine. I would recommend taking the lowest effective dose of the sinus medication and if possible separating the physical time of taking the medications. ...Read more
I have tried over-the-counter medications for sinus congestion yet nothing seems to work. Any ideas?
Sinus congestion: Try irrigating your nose with saline or hypertonic saline. Regular saline is a mixture or one teaspoon kosher salt to one quart of water, tap or boiled. It does not matter. For hypertonic and more congestion add 3 tsp salt to one quart of water. 50 cc each nostril 4 times a day. You can add some baking soda, a pitch, for better ph balance. Good luck. ...Read more
Have a really bad sinus headache for 3 days what else can be taken to relieve the sinus headache. What medication can be taken?
Wife been having from and middle lobe headaches for 2 months nothing works, on difference medication form aspril to brufen to sinus please advise?
Time for consult: I would recommend seeing a neurologist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Moisture: If you want to avoid medications, try to maintain good nasal health by using saline irrigations and keeping an appropriate moisture level in the air you breathe. Unfortunately, this won't help if you have a physical issue blocking the drainage of your sinuses. Finally, make sure that the problem really is sinus-related and not another kind of headache. ...Read more
Depends: As with anything, it depends on what medication specifically you are getting for the sinus infection. ...Read more
If I I took ibuprohen 800mg 3 hours ago, can I take tylenol (acetaminophen) cold and sinus night time medication now?
Yes: Because these 2 are from different classes of medication, it is fine to alternate Ibuprofen and tylenol (acetaminophen) for a short term basis. I am also assuming that you have normal liver and kidney function. However, if your symptoms do not improve with this regimen, you should see your doc. ...Read more
What does daytime nighttime sinus oral mean? Does it mean caplets, liquid caps or liquid kind? I need to know cause on fluoxetine.
Water, water, water: You might want to try drinking a lot of water so your body is well hydrated. The theory is that mucous will be made thinner, and may have a better chance of clearing out. The 2nd use of water would be a hot shower or 'steam treatment' - take your time soaking up the steam, it should help open up the sinus passages and thereby relieve the headache. 3rd, a wet hot facecloth over the headache areas. ...Read more
Soe meds are safe: Tylenol, (acetaminophen) antihistamines (eg Claritin alavert etc, not with "d") should not react with his parkinsons meds. Prescription nasal steroids are also helpful. Frequently "sinus" headaches are actually migraines and are treated much differently. He should discuss this with his primary care doc. ...Read more
Is there a safe sinus relief medication for a person with narrow angle glaucoma? I have had bilateral iridotomy
It depends: Sometimes, despite iridotomies, the angle may remain narrow and any drugs that cause pupil dilation, either systemic or nasal spray, can increase angle closure and cause elevated pressure. I will sometimes recommend a mild nasal steroid if there is no evidence of infection. You need to consult with your eye surgeon as to the severity of your narrow angles and weigh risks/benefits of treatment. ...Read more
What medications and remedies help sinus problems? . I always have to spit ; phelm I think...Even when I don't have a cold. Why is that? ..
My father has a sinus since he was 30 years old. He already took medications but he's still allergic to dust. How to cure his sinus effectively?
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