How Is The Solution For Sinusitis That Has Been Felt For 1 Year At The Age Of 40 Years?
approximately 1 year I suffer from sinusitis to the ENT poly 6x and it doesn’t heal, the beginning of a few months I in the nose often smells of garbage, rotten and not good after that I went to poly ENT 6X for street medicine and had time to be photographed and only normal inflammation, I was tired of going back and forth and taking medication continuously I finally decided to stop taking medication and switch alternatives and until now the results were zero and the head of the ears did not show symptoms of dizziness and so on, but the mucus moved in the throat cavity and tried to stop smoking, still avoiding ice … what’s the solution., tired and tired it feels to get rid of sinuses and before I was cold and allergic …
Hello Aak Ucan,
Chronic sinusitis is inflammation of the inner lining of the nose and sinus cavities that occur more than 12 weeks. Symptoms of chronic sinusitis include:
Nasal congestion or runny nose
Pain or fullness in the face (cheek / forehead above the inner corner of the eye)
Anosmia or hyposmia (odor odor disorder)
Post nasal drip (such as swallowing snot or taste like there is a lump in the base of the throat)
Chronic cough (especially in children)
Bad taste in the mouth
Malaise (weak, easily tired)
Chronic sinusitis can be accompanied by polyps in the nasal cavity. The causes and risk factors for chronic sinusitis are allergies, exposure to pollutants, bacterial or fungal infections, problems in the teeth, smoking, abnormalities of the fur / cilia in the sinus mucous lining, anatomical abnormalities of the nasal cavity or sinus, the use of certain drugs in the long term. Chronic sinusitis is indeed difficult to treat.
The diagnosis of chronic sinusitis is based on clinical symptoms and X-ray examination, CT-scan, culture of sinus fluid, and biopsy if needed. The principle of treatment for chronic sinusitis is to reduce the swelling that occurs in the lining, improve the sinus fluid drainage system, and eliminate infection (if any). To quickly relieve symptoms of sinusitis sinus irrigation can be done with a solution of NaCl and intranasal corticosteroids. Antibiotics are given if bacterial infection is suspected. Surgery is needed in cases of sinusitis with polyps, anatomical abnormalities, or chronic sinusitis without symptomatic improvement despite adequate treatment.
Management of chronic sinusitis is best done by ENT specialists. Continuous consultation is indeed needed in obtaining the success of chronic sinusitis therapy. Measures to avoid risk factors such as smoking is the right step, but looking for causes and other risk factors are also needed. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.