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What Is A Good Sinus Rinse To Get Rid Of Bacteria That Causes Odor
OTC prep: We often recommend first the neil-med sinus wash or neti-pot system. But remember, you must always use distilled water, saline, or boiled water for the solutions, never tap water, as that can potentially cause bacteria in the sinuses to migrate to the brain and result in a sometimes fatal brain infection. ...Read more
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
Experiencing candida die off symptom nasal odor, how do I get rid of it? It started after I added drops of grapefruit seed extract in a sinus rinse.
Sinusitis? See MD: I've never heard of "candida die off", but quick online search suggests it is nonscientific claptrap. So is "systemic" candidiasis. (Sorry if that bursts a bubble for you.) Nasal discharge with odor suggests sinus infection that may need an antibiotic. Sinus rinse alone is unlikely to help much, with or without "graprefruit seed extract" or any other "natural" product. See your GP. Good luck. ...Read more
!aahhh! help! I have saline rinse trapped in my sinuses. How do I get rid of it? I had sinus surgery last week and was told to use sinus rinse 3 times a day. Now there is so much fliud trapped, i feel seasick when i stand/move. Please helpme if you
Trapped fluid: Hello, welcome to the world of post-op sinus patients. I have my patients first use a mist every 1hour for the first week. They come back for cleaning and then the irrigations begin in week 2. Expect to have fluid retained in the sinuses. After you irrigate, you will need to bend forward and turn your head from dude to side. This will remove the trapped fluid. It takes patients but improves. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do i get rid of post nasal drip and dry it out back there? ive tried salt water, sinus rinse,nose spray, steam and wet just isnt working. help!
Pollen: I just checked the US pollen map and Levittown is having the highest counts in the country right now, so I suspect this is a seasonal problem. nasal steroid spray daily and antihistamine like allegra, claritin, zyrtec will be first line and if that fails see an allergist. other causes are vasomotor rhinitis, nasal esosinophilia and aspirin allergy and nasal polyps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have bought a sinus rinse, how long do I need to boil the water in my kettle to kill of any potentially harmful bacteria. ?
Sinus rinse: you could consider buying distilled water for this purpose ...Read more
Little research: It is difficult to answer this with certainty as this is an alternative treatment that has not been well studied. In theory it should be helpful for bacterial infections, as manuka honey has been used topically to treat skin infections. I have found a few studies to support its use for sinusitis, both for bacteria and fungi, but no large scale studies. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21518647. ...Read more
Any alternative treatment to relax an irritated nasopharynx? Steroid sprays, allergy meds don't do anything. Sinus rinse helps a bit but just for 5min
Depends on the cause: Unlikely to be an environmental allergy with no improvement on nasal steroid or antihistamine. Potential causes of nonallergic rhinitis include infection possibly with immune deficiency, irritant sensitivity, systemic diseases such as autoimmunity, inflammatory syndromes with or without nasal polyps, medication side effect, structural abnormalities, tumor, or dental problems (to name a few). ...Read more
Lack of cortisol and eating too many sweets caused me to have bacterial overgrowth what can I do to get rid of odor and get cortisol back?
I need advice on how to get rid of bacterial infections caused by public toilet and am experiencing fishy smell from my vagina?
See a doctor: You have to see a doctor to get an exam and a proper recommendation for treatment. There is no way around it. ...Read more
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