Nasal Congestion After Surgery Rhinitis 1 Year Ago?
Afternoon, I suffer from rhinitis (he said) had undergone surgery 1 year ago. My first symptom of illness was sneezing, sneezing, and a blocked nose. After the surgery, I started to get better, but I still have a blocked nose and it’s alternating. until sometimes the throat feels pain, for how to overcome it huh?
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Rhinitis refers to conditions where the nasal mucosa is inflamed. This condition has many causes, ranging from allergies, irritations, viral or bacterial infections, vasomotor rhinitis, and so on. Because of inflammation, mucus production in the nasal cavity will increase, so that sufferers will often experience sneezing, nasal congestion, runny nose, even mucus can also be swallowed up to the throat (post nasal drip). Not only that, due to rhinitis, sufferers can also be disturbed by their smell, taste, and voice can become nasal due to disturbed sound resonance.
Often, rhinitis alone will not be treated with surgery. Except, if this rhinitis appears accompanied by other complications, for example:
Deviation of the nasal septum (a condition where the border of the nasal cavity is oblique)
Sinusitis (inflammation of the sinus cavity that flows into the nasal cavity)
Nasal polyps (benign tumors originating from the nasal mucosa)
Nasal cavity cancer (malignant tumor), and so on
Need to be clarified, what kind of operation did you undergo before? Are there other complications that you suffer from rhinitis?
Nasal congestion that you experience can be caused by post-operative inflammation in the nasal cavity that you live before. It could also, nasal congestion arises due to allergies, swelling of nasal Konka, entry of foreign objects in the nasal cavity, side effects of drugs, or recurrence of complications of rhinitis that you experience before surgery. Meanwhile, pain in the throat can occur due to too much screaming, excessive consumption of spicy and oily foods, irritation or infection of the throat, stomach acid reflux, smoking, or various other causes.
If the complaint still feels very disturbing to you, it never hurts to check back to your doctor or ENT specialist to be given the best treatment. Usually, your doctor will recommend you to undergo further tests, such as x-rays, rhinoscopy, nasal endoscopy, CT scan, allergy testing, laboratory tests, or others if it is deemed necessary.
In order to improve your complaint, here are our recommendations for you:
Avoid exposure to cold, smoke, dust, pollution, animal dander, pollen, and substances that have the potential to cause inflammation in other airways
Don't over-consume cold, oily, spicy, and berasasan food
Drink plenty of warm water
Expand also eat fruit that is rich in vitamin C
Do not smoke
Don't shout too much
Rest more regularly
Be diligent in exercising
Use an air humidifier in your neighborhood
Do not take any medicine
Hope this helps ...