Cough Colds For 2 Weeks With Buzzing Ears?
Good afternoon, I have experienced coughing up phlegm and colds for more than 2 weeks and have not healed, taking cough and cold medicines that I used to not work anymore. Now in my added sense of relief on the tongue and a little bit buzzing in the ear … what disease am I experiencing?
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Coughing up phlegm, runny nose, tongue numbness, and buzzing ears can be caused by inflammation of the ear canal (nose and throat), can be due to allergies, viral infections, bacterial infections, or various other causes.
Between the ears, nose and throat are connected through a channel called the Eustachian tube. This Eustachian tube opens from the middle ear to the throat located behind the nasal cavity (nasopharynx). Therefore, inflammation in one area of the ENT, for example otitis media, rhinosinusitis, and tonsillopharyngitis, can spread to other areas. As a result, various complaints can arise, such as complaints in the nose (runny nose, runny nose, smell bad), complaints in the ear (tinnitus, ear pain, abnormal secretions come out, hearing loss), and also complaints in the throat (such as pain, itching, coughing, bleeding, bitter tongue, bad breath).
Your condition, should be checked directly to a doctor or ENT specialist. Some types of tests, such as rhinoscopy, otoscopy, laboratory, x-rays, or others can also be done by a doctor if deemed necessary. To help you alleviate your complaint, first do the following trick:
If there are things that make you allergic, such as cold, dust mites, pollen, etc., avoid the allergen exposure first
Use a mask to protect your nose and mouth from intruding dangerous substances
Avoid using air conditioners and fans that are too cold, use an air humidifier when possible
Do not smoke, stay away from the smoke too
Drink plenty of warm water
Also multiply the consumption of fruits that are rich in vitamin C
Don't dive, swim, or travel to areas far above sea level
Not taking drugs carelessly
Hope this helps ...