Overcoming The Flu Accompanied By Thick Yellow Mucus To Neck Pain, Gums To The Eyes?
I want to ask in the morning … I have a flue and more than a week I went to the doctor but it hasn’t healed too … instead my flue got worse everywhere … from a runny nose to the neck, to the gum area of the same tooth to the eye and dizzy … my runny color is yellow solid not white clear … is that normal or not? danger or not? Can you recover or not do my cold? That’s all thanks
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A runny or stuffy nose is not always properly referred to as the flu, because the origin of these complaints can vary greatly. If your runny or stuffy nose comes with other complaints, namely pain in the neck, gums, to the eyes, dizziness, accompanied by thick yellow nasal mucus, your condition is most likely to occur due to bacterial infection in your respiratory tract. This infection can attack any part of your airway, including nasal cavity (rhinitis), sinus (sinusitis), throat (pharyngitis), or other deeper respiratory tract. If you view the complaints that you submit, most likely your complaint arises due to sinusitis. Even so, it does not rule out the infection also causes inflammation that spreads to other parts of the respiratory tract.
Not only bacterial infections, the symptoms of runny and stuffy nose as you experience can also be caused by viral infections, allergies, the introduction of foreign objects into the airways, to benign or malignant tumors in the respiratory tract. Each of these conditions clearly cannot always be handled with the same management.
Therefore, so that your condition can be managed on target, you should check with your doctor or ENT specialist. That way, doctors can do a thorough physical examination, or accompanied by supporting tests, such as laboratory tests, x-rays, rhinoscopy, CT scans, and so on.
In the meantime, you can do it first:
Rest more, at least 6 hours a day Expand to drink warm water, fruits and vegetables that are rich in vitamin C Stay away from cigarettes and their smoke Stay away from pollution and irritation of other respiratory tracts Use a humidifier to maintain air humidity in the environment where you live and do activities come into contact with substances that are prone to triggering allergies, for example cold, dust, pollen Be diligent in bathing and washing your hands so that personal hygiene is always maintained Keep your environment so that you are always clean Take paracetamol medication if you feel pain in the neck, teeth, eyes, and also Dizziness is quite disturbing. Hope it helps.