What Is The Name Of A Drug That Is Good For Consumption For People With Rhinosinusitis …?
I was sick with the flu for two weeks … I had the flu like this before … until the yellow discharge was runny like gummy … it dripped out by itself … is this dangerous … now my flu doesn’t come out like first … munta advice … what medicine is suitable for me … because I am allergic … the right medicine … thanks n n n n
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Allergy sufferers are at greater risk of developing rhinitis (inflammation of the nasal mucosa) which is characterized by a stuffy or runny nose. This condition occurs due to the production of certain chemical mediators, namely histamine, which increases the activity of goblet cells that produce mucus in the walls of the respiratory tract. Not only a stuffy or runny nose, allergies can also cause sufferers to frequently experience sneezing, coughing, itchy eyes and nose, watery eyes, reddish skin rashes, and various other complaints.
If your complaint appears purely due to allergies, then generally the mucus (mucus) that comes out of your airway is clear or whitish, without being accompanied by other complaints, for example fever or muscle and joint pain. However, if you have previously experienced yellow mucus resembling sap, then it is possible that your complaint is aggravated by viral or bacterial infections and sinusitis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa). This condition needs to be examined directly by a doctor in order to get the right treatment. If deemed necessary, the doctor can also advise you to undergo supporting examinations, for example laboratories, X-rays, CT scans, and so on.
In the meantime, try to note what often triggers allergies in your body. After that, as much as possible avoid the trigger so as not to come into direct contact with you. Increase your endurance, namely by exercising regularly, eating healthy and nutritious foods, sleeping regularly, and avoiding smoking. To help relieve a runny or congested nose, you can drink lots of warm water, eat fruits rich in vitamin C, and take a shower with warm water. Also use a nose mask to prevent harmful foreign particles from entering your respiratory tract.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah