Causes And Overcoming The Flu Accompanied By Clear Mucus That Often Recurs
. I have had flu for 2 years. Recurrence. Symptoms at the beginning. Sneeze. Yellow mucus comes out, sometimes to brown. Until finally now it’s 2 weeks I have shortness of breath next door, if it’s lying according to the position of tightness. And out the clear white mucus. But when just activating (sports) or work. I am fine. What hurts me?
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Symptoms of a recurring cold can be caused by sinusitis. Sinusitis is a disease caused by inflammation of the sinus mucosa around the nose and nasal cavity that can occur chronic. Symptoms include nasal congestion, thick mucus from the nose or throat, facial pain and irritation. Other symptoms that can accompany include headaches, fever, bad breath, weakness, toothache, pain or feeling full in the ears, and coughing.
Sinusitis symptoms can be recurrent or recurring by the following triggering factors:
1. History of osteomeatal complex anatomical abnormalities, such as deviation of the nasal septum
2. Allergic rhinitis
3. Non-allergic rhinitis
4. Nasal polyps
5. A history of significant tooth or gum abnormalities
6. Bronchial asthma
7. History of acute infections of the upper respiratory tract that often recurs
8. Smoking habits
9. Exposure to pollutants from the daily environment
Other medical conditions with symptoms of colds accompanied by shortness such as bronchial asthma, bronchitis, GERD, and so forth. Suspicion of sinusitis needs to be confirmed through a physical examination by a doctor and several other supporting examinations. Carry out further consultations with ENT specialists only if the current complaint is felt to be too burdensome to consult the condition and for further treatment.
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