Sputum Accompanied By Blood Spots Every Morning In People With Sinusitis?
Afternoon … r nI want to ask, every morning I spit out phlegm and accompanied by blood spots, I have had sore throat since I was a child and just found out a few months ago after a ct scan it turns out that I also have sinuses because every time my throat hurts my left ear I also get sick, my bronchitis has never recurred, but in recent years, since I was a child I never had a nosebleed in my baby, now I get nosebleeds on my right side, r nI want to ask if there were complications?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinus walls, a structure found in the skull, behind the cheekbones and forehead and serves to relieve head weight and sound production. Chronic sinusitis is one of the causes of cold cough symptoms such as headaches, fever, nasal congestion, pain in the face and runny nose that occurs for a long time and even to chronic in a person apart from other causes such as nasal polyps and nasal structural abnormalities.
Regarding nosebleeds, it can happen to those who have sinusitis. In addition, it can also occur in those with high blood pressure, expelling nasal mucus too tightly, picking the nose too hard, dry and cold air, crooked nose, nose injuries, alcohol consumption and tumors in the nasal cavity. So to find out the origin of your nosebleeds, you need to make sure again with your doctor or the ENT doctor to rule out the possibility of other conditions besides sinusitis that you are suffering from.
As for complications themselves, complications are conditions when a disease is so severe that it eventually causes new problems in other parts of the condition that worsen the condition. In sinusitis, nosebleeds still fall into the category of symptoms and not complications. Among the complications of nosebleeds are:
Lining infection Impaired sense of smell Problems with vision to blind Skin or bone infections
Therefore, our advice is to routinely control your condition with an ENT doctor, and ask if you have other diseases that should be handled by other experts. Also ask when you should be in control for an evaluation of your condition and what you should do during the break. This is important to maintain continuity of care so that you continue to be controlled by the doctor.
Meanwhile, take care of your health by adopting a healthy lifestyle such as regular exercise, adequate rest, increasing consumption of mineral water, vegetables and fruit, avoiding expelling nasal mucus or picking it too hard, and avoiding stress and cigarette smoke. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa