The Base Of The Nasal Cavity Is Slimy And Smells Bad?
Um … sorry I want to ask about my child’s nose. Inner nasal cavity / base of the inside like there is mucus and breathing causes unpleasant odor. Formerly did not cause odor, since ever sucked in the wall while running after nosebleeds. After that arises an unpleasant odor in his breath. Never stop smelling, but only about 1 week after that, it smells again. What are these symptoms? And how to overcome so that his breath does not cause unpleasant odors.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Symptoms of a nasal cavity that continues to be slimy and smells bad, can occur due to various things, including:
Deviation of the septum or bending of the nasal cavity boundary The presence of foreign bodies in the nasal cavity Nasal polyps Nasal infections Atropic rhinitis Nasopharyngeal cancer
Because there are many possibilities, we strongly recommend that you check your child with an ENT doctor. By checking the ENT doctor, you can find out through a history, physical examination by looking directly at the inside of your child's nose through special tools and supports such as CT scans and blood tests to further narrow the possibility. If indeed there is evidence of deviation or bending, the treatment can be surgery to realign the structure of your child's nose bones. If there is a lump, it will be taken and so forth. Handling will be adjusted to the findings obtained by your child's ENT doctor.
In the meantime, make sure your child is diligent in removing nasal mucus but not too hard because it can trigger nosebleeds. Do not also scratching the nose because this can also trigger nosebleeds, keep away from pollution, cigarette smoke and dust, keep your body clean overall, and consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.