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What Is The Best Treatment For Enlarged Sinuses
Sinusitis Rx: Sinusitis is primarily treated with an antibiotic like amoxcillin. Other treatments may include a decongestant, either oral or a nose spray (either otc afrin (oxymetazoline) or a prescribed steroid nose spray like flonase). If you use an otc nose spray, be sure to use it only for 3 days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sinuses are air filled spaces in the head that have several proposed functions: 1. They serve as shock absorbers in cases of head trauma 2. Lighten the skull 3. Humidify and filter the air while also producing mucus 4. Play a role in vocal resonance. The head contains 4 paired sinus cavities: maxillaries (cheek) under the eyes, ethmoids(between the eyes), frontals (above ...Read more
Sinusitis: Hello, the “best” treatment for sinusitis depends on its severity, past treatments, symptoms and whether it is acute, subacute, recurrent acute or chronic. Over the counter recommendations include saline nasal/sinus rinse followed by an intranasal steroid like generic Flonase. A med like ibuprofen is helpful to reduce inflammation and pain. Sudafed can also be used for congestion. See your doc too ...Read more
Saline washes: Acute sinusitis symptoms are similar to an upper respiratory infecion but more severe and includes purulent drainage with sinus and facial pain. It lasts longer than the usual 7-10 days of a normal cold. Saline washes or lavage are very helpful along with topical and oral decongestants. Occasionally antibiotics are needed if the saline washes and decongestants aren't helping. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Right diagnosis: There are many misconceptions about sinus disease and overlap with headache. If you are having purulent nasal drainage, fever and obstruction, you can try a short course of afrin 2 sprays 2x a day for three days only. Take some Motrin for pain. Antibiotics can help for bacterial sinusitis and ideally should be guided by culture. If you have pain with chewing, TMJ may be an issue. Soft diet, motrin. ...Read more
Acute or chronic?: Acute may be viral or allergic which usually resolves by managing symptoms. Bacterial fails to, resolve after 10-14 days and needs antibiotics. Chronic comes from interplay between environment, immune system, anatomy, and systemic conditions so each aspect needs to be addressed before deciding on course of therapy. Migraine and reflux often are misinterpreted as sinusitis. Suggest seeing ent. ...Read more
Depends on symptoms: If you are referring to sinusitis, or inflammation of the mucosa or tissue lining the sinus, treatment is usually with medications. Your doctor can determine whether there is more going on, decide whether antibiotics or steroids would help. An ENT surgeon can be involved if the condition is too severe to respond to medications. ...Read more
Depends....: There are 2 types of bronchitis: acute and chronic, each with different therapies. Acute bronchitis is usually due to either a bacterial or viral infection of the airways. The bacterial infection is treated with antibiotics while the viral infection is treated symptomatically only as antibiotics don't treat viruses. Chronic bronchitis, a form of copd, is treated w/ inhalers, oxygen if needed, etc. ...Read more
Type of injury: The type of medicine depends on what caused the inflammation. Is it due to mechanical, chemical, hot liquids, abscess, etc.? Treatment varies depending on the type and amount of injury. Sometimes a topical cream is prescribed if it is sever. Abscess can be drained and antibiotic prescribed. Usually analgesics such as Tylenol, (acetaminophen) ibuprofen, or aspirin are used for pain. ...Read more
Temp vs permanent: Most cases of ademoiditis are treated with either oral antibiotics or, eventually, surgery. The problem with this ailment is that it's really about bacteria that live in a community called a 'biofilm'. Once they get together and make a coating around themselves, they're hard to kill with just antibiotics. ...Read more
CHF: Treatment depends on what the cause of the CHF is. Could be surgical, could be medical. Systolic CHF is different from diastolic CHF and valvar stenosis CHF is different from valvar insufficiency chf. Virtually all kinds have diuretic as part of the treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nothing or pills: How bad are your symptoms? If you just get up once a night, avoiding drinking in the evening may be the answer. With more severe symptoms there are medicines, alpha blockers( flomax), reductase inhibitors (proscar) sometimes taken together. Cialis taken long term may help which by the way improves erectile dysfunction. Each patient is different. I recommend assessment by an experienced urologist ...Read more
Snoring remedies: Avoid sleeping on your back ( sew a tennis ball into a pocket on the back of a t-shirt) lose weight see and ENT to be sure there aren't any nasal obstructions take medication for allergies use breathe rite strips have a dentist custom make an oral appliance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Suction and removal: Of breast tissue. In my hands, this operation involves ultrasonic-assisted liposuction to remove and contour the fatty component of the breast enlargement. There is generally a small amount of breast tissue that needs direct excision. All can usually be done through a very small incision around the border of the areola. Of breast tissue. ...Read more
What is the best treatment for prostrate enlargement BPH of 140gm & psa 6.73? Catheter insertion for one month & chronic sob, no hypertension. 72years
Simple Prostatectomy: Given your psa, a biopsy should be considered, though not imperative. Your only choices are to continue with a catheter indefinitely to see if medications eventually help, or proceed with removal of the obstructing portion of the prostate (a simple prostatectomy). This operation carries a fair amount of morbidity, but it can be done with spinal anesthesia. This would be helpful in light of sob. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Clear liquids: Clear liquids as long as possible. You need to discuss this with your physician. ...Read more
Prostate: The only natural remedy that has been used for enlarged prostate is saw palmetto. Recent studies have not shown any benefit from its use. Vit e, selenium, zinc, have been use in different preparations but definite benefits have been demonstrated. Things that can help is eating healthy, avoid fatty foods and too many spicy foods which can increase symptoms. ...Read more
My dad has prostrate enlargement. He is under medication. Now he wants to get it removed. What ate the best treatment options?
Prostate Surgery: I no of no reason to have a prostate removed unless it is cancerous and cannot be treated any other way. This question should be directed specifically to your father's urologist. ...Read more
When i take Zoloft (sertraline) at times, my sinuses get so dry I use a sinus rinse to deal with the small clots of blood that form. Are there other treatments.?
On amox 875mg for 10 days for sinuses & throat took last one 4/15 now have a productive, constant , hacking cough. Should i be concerned? Treatments?
Why did an ENT do an ethmoidectomy on normal sinuses?. Presented with stuffiness of 4 months, given medical therapy of flonase and Amoxi Clav for 1 mo
Your submission: was cut off. May wish to resubmit. ...Read more
What is the best treatment for haileys hailed skin disease? My friend has constant breakouts and ends up on abx. The creams don't help. Any advances?
See : A skilled dermatologist as there are other treatments available ...Read more
What is the best treatment for sciatic pain? My dr recommended a MRI but said the treatment won't change regardless. Should I do it or can other stuff
Topical therapy: The best treatment for molloscum is some sort of topical treatment, whether it's acid, cautery or physical scraping. ...Read more
I have recurring L4-L5 disc herniation. What is the best treatment? I've had too much PT which isn't much help.
I think I have bursitis. In the buttocks i can't sit without pain . It has been over a week. What is the best treatment?
Dose it bother you: If it dose and not improve by medications, go and see neuro- surgeon he will tell out if you an operation to take it out. ...Read more
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