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Sitting here miserable with a sinus infection :/ took benedryl earlier and it onky helped for a little while i got a little bit of sleep but im probably not going sleep at all tonight :/ making a doctor appointment tomorrow but does anyone know of any home remedies or anything that could help?
Late fall 4 years in a row sinus infection is back. The strangest thing is the flushing and sweating on my face and head. It seem very much like anxiety. It seems to come in waves with little or no activity involved. Saw ENT yesterday 2 diff antibiotics and a spray. Two shots in each nostril. I am 43 years old very well adjusted and have suffered from depression and anxiety over 10 years ago and it really scares me to think that this particular symptom is unrelated to my infection.
Even though they checked my heart, I think it's my lungs. I have acute chronic sinus infection that the last does of antibiotics didn't even faze. I think the infection may have spread into my chest. Last night, I began to get this *graveling* feeling under my sternum. There was a *gurgling* feeling in my throat and it restricted for short periods of time. I don't cough much or even sneeze a lot. The last few days the pain in my chest seems to have become more *defined*.
two years ago I suffered i will call it an alergy attack, i was out in the park and all of a sudden my nose, sinuses and ears were stuff with fluid , i was advice to take benadril , i was deaf for a week and later a could hear from my left ear bu lost hearing from my right i went like this for 4 months when i went back to the doctor i found out i had an ear infection the strange thing is that i never experience pain or fever i took antibiotics and the infection went away buy i lost hearing on
I thought it was a tooth but the dentist said no, it was sinus infection, and that because the antibiotics have to basically "go through bone" (that's how he put it) it can take several rounds to clear up an infection.
I have just been diagnosed with sinus tachycardia - a nurse called me yesterday with these test results, from a holter monitor. She told me my doctor would like to put me on medication, and that I should see the doctor next week (I got this call on a Friday, and my doctor wasn't in). Well, I'm leaving town at 5:00am on Monday for my job, and after leaving several messages for a doctor to call me back, I still have not gotten a response. My main question is - is it safe for me to fly?
The Sphenoid sinuses are located in the body of the sphenoid bone. This is located just behind the eyes. The inflammation of this sinus often is felt as a nagging headache behind the eyes or on the side of the head. A sinus is an air pocket within a cavity of a bone and has a narrow opening for blood vessels. These vessels are very very small and blood must pass one cell at a time.
That was brutal, and now I have a stupid sinus infection. Dr. put me on antibiotics today so hopefully I will better soon. I hope all your tests go well and you get pregnant really soon. Keep in touch.
Could you please tell me if Levofloxin or Erthromycin are safe for a cirrhotic patient to take for a sinus infection. If not could you please recommend a safe alternative. The person in question is allergic to penicillin and Sulfa. Is there a website that specifies what antibiotics are and are not safe in this situation.
You pose an excellent question. There is some dispute about Lyme being acquired through blood transfusions, but there are certainly case reports out there. It is definitely known that Babesia can be acquired through a blood transfusion. I imagine there are quite a few othera. I guess that docs believe that if you do get Babesia from a transfusion, then they can just treat you and you'll be fine.
Now that I have found a great ENT , I realize the extreme substandard care that I have receiving, including a first sinus which was completely unnecessary becasue there was no sinus blockage and just a small area of pus. If you are sick and feel that you have a sinus infection, and your ENT says they don't see anything, I would seek a second third and fourth opinion, until someone does see something, or at least believes you.
I am still having sinus infections and just recently had a double ear infection that has taken 2 rounds of antibiotics and is still not gone. I have tried all the Migraine avenues, pain management, acupuncture, chiropractors, neurofeedback, injections, etc. the list goes on and on with no relief. Could the ENT damaged a nerve or or some how gotten too deep and into the brain. If so, how do I get it diagnosed and get it fixed. Any help would be greatly apprediated.
Doctors usually prescribe antibiotics for 10 to 12 days in cases of acute sinusitis. Whether or not the short-term use of antibiotics actually works against sinus infection is still open to debate.
i dont know when you saw the doctors and when they stopped the antibiotics but if the problem has continued for a few weeks you could be developing a sinus infection and could very well now need them. glad you learned your lesson and i pray you feel better soon.
You are lucky fi you can take antibiotics at all. Antibiotics (almost of them) close my throat. Antibiotic treatment for something as simple as strep throat could kill me. I've had several close calls. I'd love to be able to just take an antibiotic when I have something bacterial, or when I need surgery. Life is a lot more risky for me.
Hi! I was diagnosed with transverse veinous thrombosis on left side the last Friday in may of this year. It all started with a headache I couldn't tolerate. I had been medicating it for close to 2 weeks and it wasn't getting any better. Earlier that month I had seen the dr twice for a severe tonsil/throat infection. It was viral and gone onto infection & was treated with antibiotics. Then the headache arrived. It started dull and moved onto a very odd burning sensation on the top of my head.
Then I went to ENT and he told me I had a sinus infection, with some fungus growing on the right side of sinuses where my eye was always swollen. I had surgery and they ran some cultures, on top of everything else I had MRSA (staph) in my sinuses. They put me on Vancomyacin for the staph. The Doctor told me he cut out polyps which are a sign of auto immune disorder, which explained all the breakouts on my skin. Also explained that those who get staph or MRSA have low immune system.
I feel as if there is more infection in my sinus cavity, but CT shows nothing major. Was given antibiotics for rhinitis, ear infection and throat infection. I had a peritonsilar abcess on the same side (right side) shortly after this all began. Due to this pain, I have had all 4 wisdom teeth removed, the infected root canal tooth removed and many trips to the doctor, and er.
, Wednesday - have infection in one sinus and the other started bleeding again, headaches r back full force, i guess im pushing it to hard, even though im not out in the cold... tried my sinus rinse, i got a bad blockage, wouldn't budge just caused bad pressure and now--- back to bed with ice pack. Thursday.
There doesn't appear to be an sever sinus infection but could sinus pressure build up arise from some type of on-going irritation in the environment?Aside from daily doses of Nasonex, which don't appear to be working! Could the vertigo diagnosis go in hand with the sinus pressure build up??? Looking for relief.
It is a spirochetal bacterium, which is the same family as syphilis, and back in the day before antibiotics, a syphilis infection (after a sometimes-seen 'chancre', or initial sore) would go underground and then years and decades later sometimes cause dementia.
After five weeks of antibiotics, steroids, and nasal sprays, my CT Scan reveled I don't have a sinus infection and my sinuses are perfectly clear. My PCP said the infection in my mouth and throat has gotten worse, despite the antibiotics, but they don't know the source of the infection. I still have the painful pressure in my forehead, shooting pain in my cheeks and teeth, and numbness along my jawline.
Yeast infections don't respond to antibiotics (in fact, antibiotics can trigger yeast infections). So, are you sure it's actually a yeast infection? Also, I doubt that you're immune to Diflucan. I would think that instead you are either 1. not having a yeast infection at all, or 2. have a type of yeast infection that might be resistant to treatment. I'd see your doctor.
Yes if the doctor is saying you have a sinus infection and you don't feel well plus do you have a fever? If you have a fever you should take the antibiotic.
has given me antibiotic and flonase for potential sinus infection, however I'm on the last day of antibiotics and head pain is still there. I haven't had any other symptoms that stand out. I do find pain is relieved by advil or tylenol. Could these symptoms be stress related or something else?
I see some redness in your nasal cavity. So you might have a sinus infection. I'll prescribe some antibiotics for it.
Have always been prone to sinus and brochitis probs. Taken Flonase for years. 5 yrs ago I had pneumonia. I started with a dry hack following that; drs said it would go away. It got really bad at first and had some breathing probs, used inhalers,antibiotics and got somewhat better over year or so. The hacking stayed and has gotten progressively worse. Been to ENT, pulmonologist, others; nothing has helped.
I went to the doc and have been taking Septra for a possible sinus infection, but no improvement. I don't know what's linking the sinus condition with the other symptoms... virus (like chronic fatigue), allergies, infection, autoimmune disorder (hope not)? Any advice or comments welcome.
Then I went back to him after already dumping over $200 in co-pays and medication and he said I have a sinus infection. I just finished the antibiotics and I still feel the same as I did when I first went to him in July. He had me on amoxicillin plus Astelin. I have tried Nasacort, Zyrtec, Claritin, Alavert, etc.... no relief. I am a computer programmer and I can't function like this anymore. Any help would be very appreciated. Thanks.
I am a 17 year old lad who had this operation last Saturday (1st March) and to be fair I wish I had never had bothered, the first night after was pretty bad, which was expected then the day after things just started going down hill, I have now got an infection and I am on Antibiotics 4 a day, I am suffering from sickness, ear/head ache, throat very raw everything just is so bad!
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