Prolonged Colds Accompanied By A Sore Nose And Itchy Eyes?
In the afternoon, I want to ask, I have a cold from November 3, but it has not healed, so my nasal cavity wall really hurts. And also itchy eyes. I checked that Google symptoms of rhinitis. Is that true rhinitis. And how to handle it. Thank you before
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Rhinitis is inflammation of the inner wall of the nasal cavity. This condition is often also referred to as flu or colds, because it is related to the symptoms that are felt and their causes. Symptoms of rhinitis can include colds, nasal congestion, nasal pain, sneezing, itchy eyes, watery eyes, headaches, or fever. Diagnosis of rhinitis that may be felt by patients, needs to be ascertained directly by examination by a family doctor or ENT related to the cause, its complications and treatment. If the diagnosis of rhinitis cannot be ascertained or the patient does not do a doctor's examination, the patient does not know the cause, complications and good treatment for the patient.
In general, rhinitis can be divided into two major groups, namely allergic rhinitis and non-allergic rhinitin. Allergic rhinitis can be caused by the entry of allergens (substances that cause allergies) into the body, such as the entry of pollen, smoke, dust, spores, or specific allergies according to the results of the examination. While non-allergic rhinitis, can be caused by several things, such as:
2. weather changes
4. Disorders of the immune system
6. foreign body in the nasal cavity
7. kelaianan glands in the nasal cavity
8. nasal bulk negligence
If rhinitis is not treated properly or not treated early, then comorbid complaints can also be felt, such as inflammation of the eyes, pain in the corner of the eye, inflammation of the sinuses or sinusitis, inflammation of the ears, inflammation of the throat. Therefore, a cold complaint that you have had since November 3 is a long time, especially if you have not consulted a doctor, or you have not yet recovered well; so that the pain in the area of your nasal wall may be an implication of a cold that you have been feeling for a long time or because of complications that may occur.
The duration of recovery from a cold that you experience may be triggered by:
1. lack of sleep, late night sleeping habits
2. physical fatigue
3. smoking or alcohol
4. has a history of allergies and is still exposed to allergens
5. lack of maintaining stamina to help your recovery period
6. there are family members who are sick or infected with other patients
Evaluate the various possibilities above, so you can avoid the triggering factors and help your recovery period.
in addition, you should visit your family doctor or your ENT doctor as soon as possible. The doctor will conduct an interview to find out the history of this complaint, and the doctor can also plan a physical examination and supporting examinations to help ascertain the cause of your complaint. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors to provide care and treatment. Thus, in addition to maintaining your stamina, further treatment will be given by the doctor who treats you. Without a direct examination, I cannot provide treatment recommendations for you.
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