What is dangerous sinusitis and how to treat it?
Sinusitis - an inflammatory disease, which can lead to an incurable cold, rotten tooth, curvature of the nasal septum, allergic rhinitis, infections and congenital anomalies of the cavity nose. In a word, only someone who does not get sick from sinusitis or, at least, is treated in a timely manner.
Sinusitis is also called sinusitis, it is an inflammation of the maxillary sinuses of the nose. The maxillary cavities are small caverns that connect with the nasal cavity. According to one of the reasons already described, the infection penetrates into the maxillary sinus, settles on the mucous membrane (or penetrates the blood) and causes inflammation. Outwardly everything resembles a common cold, which does not last long. Only a doctor can determine that this is a genyantritis. Symptoms though resemble the flu, but there are differences. During sinusitis, the mucous membrane of the nose swells so that it closes the lumen leading to the nasal cavity, it becomes difficult to breathe, rise pressure and temperature, the head starts to hurt, the appetite deteriorates, the patient feels weak, at this time you should be alerted by the pain around the eyes and nose. Finally, the main symptom of sinusitis is manifested - the mucus from the nose turns into a thick pus. If the genyantritis is not treated, then the mucosa can become inflamed and the bone, however, timely treatment of sinusitis can prevent it. How to treat sinusitis? Antihistamines and antibiotics help in the initial stages, you can wash your nose with an antiseptic solution. But you can not run sinusitis, it never passes by itself, and if you start treatment, acute sinusitis becomes chronic. When the genyantritis is started, the drugs no longer help, then the doctor makes a sinus puncture and pushes out the pus. The procedure is unpleasant, but effective. However, modern methods reduce unpleasant sensations to a minimum and do without punctures - this is laser therapy. The doctor rinses the maxillary cavities of the pus, and then processes them with a laser that removes inflammation. After the first procedure, it becomes much easier to breathe, after the seventh procedure, the sinusitis passes completely.
What should I do to prevent maxillary sinusitis? First of all, in a timely manner, treat the teeth, pus from the teeth can get into the bloodstream and cause not only sinusitis, but also many other unpleasant diseases. Be engaged in physical education and eat healthy food. Your immunity is a reliable response to maxillary sinusitis.
Go urgently to the doctor !!!
treat a doctor after diagnosis
It depends on the nature of the sinusitis. If it is purulent, the consequences can be disappointing. URGENTLY go to a good otolaryngologist (LOR). most likely, it is necessary to do punctures.
It is dangerous for neoplasms in the brain, but they are formed after a time (years). So you can make the usual puncture under anesthesia. )))
Danger that pus can spread and infection of blood. Therefore, warming is dangerous. Homeopaths treat it. And in the usual polyclinic antibiotics will be offered, and in the extreme case, a puncture.
Sinusitis - inflammation of the maxillary sinuses, arises as a complication in acute colds, flu, measles, scarlet fever and other infectious diseases.
The adnexal sinuses are a formation in the form of small caverns that have a communication with the nasal cavity. Another name for this formation is the maxillary sinus, or the sinus sinus (Novolat. sinus Highmori [source?]).
The main cause of sinusitis is infection - bacteria or viruses penetrate into the maxillary sinus through the nasal cavity or through the blood and cause an inflammatory process.
The most dangerous thing that chronic purulent maxillary sinusitis can give is meningitis (inflammation of the meninges). In addition, there is a danger of diseases such as myocarditis, kidney damage, and also sinusitis can serve as a source of generalized infection.
 Diagnosis of genyantritis
The diagnosis is based on clinical data and the results of radiography or computed tomography of the paranasal sinuses, based on anamnesis.
 Treatment of sinusitis
The basis of the genyantritis is edema of the mucous membrane, which blocks the sinus between the maxillary sinus and the nasal cavity. Therefore, the main treatment should be aimed at combating the swelling of the nasal mucosa - you need to ensure a good outflow from the sinus.
In the treatment of sinusitis, conservative (medicamentous) and surgical methods are used.
At the heart of medical treatment of sinusitis, local procedures must necessarily lie - the use of drops, sprays, inhalers, capable of eliminating the swelling of the mucous membrane.
Vasoconstrictive drugs include: Tizin, Nazivin, Sanorin, Nazole, Galazolin, and Conanos. When sinusitis should adhere to certain rules for pouring into the nose of medicinal fluids. The patient should lie on his side, after which to drip vasoconstrictive drops in the half of the nose, on which the patient lies - the drops should get on the side wall of the nose. In this position should be at least 5 minutes. Then, turn to the other side and repeat the procedure with the other half of the nose. Only after using these drops can be instilled by others - having antibacterial, anti-inflammatory or analgesic effect.
The treatment also uses antibacterial drugs (preferably cephalosporin), antihistamines (Claritin, Telfast, etc.). The nose is washed with antiseptic solutions (eg, furacilin). Of physiotherapy procedures are used such as UFO of the nasal cavity, UHF on the paranasal sinuses, etc.
Homeopathic preparations effectively promote the ongoing complex treatment, strengthening the protective properties of the body and changing the reaction of the body to the desired side for healing. According to statements not confirmed by rigorous scientific research, in the arsenal of homeopaths there are means that reduce inflammatory phenomena, accelerating suppuration and rejection of necrotic masses, altering the nature of secretion, stimulating immune system. Puncture (puncture) is done in order to pump out pus from the sinus, rinse the sinus, and then introduce antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs. This procedure is accompanied by unpleasant sensations, but its effectiveness is very high. Now, after a puncture in the sinus, special tubes are installed - catheters, through which it is possible to do a sinus lavage daily. When this method is used, the patient recovers very quickly. But to all there is evidence, and in the initial stage of sinusitis is not always required to perform a puncture, you can do with the washing of the nose.
To treat a genyantritis it is necessary under the control of the doctor-otolaryngologist (ENT-doctor).
ne nado delatj nikakix prokolow. poloskajnos morskoj solju nikakogo gajmorita ne budet
is dangerous for possible complications. For example - meningitis ...
Effective (VERY) treatment of genyantritis: sessions of the mask Piokal (http://piokal.ru/index.ph? ategoryID = 79) + Richitol bury in the nose (http://piokal.ru/index.ph? ategoryID = 84). My friend in this way cured the genyantritis, which suffered 15 years, several times she was punctured. But everything came back. After treatment by the described method (for a month she completely stopped headaches and snuffled her nose), more than three years have passed - no recurrence.
Genyantritis should be treated, otherwise it can go to chronic. I was helped by the drug Cinnabsin. Took 2 weeks and completely cured. A runny nose passed and breathing was relieved.
Puncturing 100% does not help. You can cure without drugs. Just every day, 3 times a day, wash your nose with a weak saline solution (200 grams is enough) with the addition of one drop of iodine - do it for a month and see the result. When it becomes better to take a cotton swab and spread it on honey (that is, e. not the honey that is sold in the store, but the one that is soaked on propolis and you squeeze it) gently and thinly spread on the walls of the nose (better to spread more deeply, but normally). For the procedure with honey, the nasal cavity should be at least clean, it is desirable to apply honey warm, it also helps to relax the walls of the nose when they swell and close the passage. That's all :).
How long does it take to treat sinusitis?
An excellent tool for the treatment of sinusitis: 100 gr. olive oil and 1-dessert lodge (without top) - peppermint, eucalyptus, snuff, all mix, insist for 24 hours at room temperature in a dark place, and then into the refrigerator is not to put. After a day, filter, and bury 3 drops in each nostril, the patient at that time should say "ku-ku". the nostrils should be upright.
Checked repeatedly, on your own children, and forget about piercing. During these procedures, the green mucus will recede, do not panic.
I treated my daughter for 18 years (without piercing), nothing helped !!
I was in the hospital: every day piercing + antibiotics, a week later recovered. Well, it can even be looking at what kind of form it is running!
sinusitis is a consequence... cause in another
strangely enough, cured in just 5 days. without a puncture, through a sinus catheter cleansed + injections + sprays + tablets. it became better already for 2 days, and in the first stuck to loru already with edema on the face.
In my childhood, I was very quickly cured without piercing - my nose was washed with warm water and sea salt. Effectively. And to prevent relapse, I recommend a good antiparasitic program
depends on the degree of neglectedness, you can cure for a week or maybe stay forever, probably still depends on the doctor, now it's hard to get to a good doctor
It is better not to run sinusitis, then treatment will not take long. I was diagnosed with left-sided sinusitis. The washing was done in the polyclinic. At home, Tsinnabsin accepted as prescribed. pills quickly helped to get rid of all the nastiness outside, puffiness passed. I was helped perfectly.
How much to treat a genyantritis?
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Amoxicillin is quite good. Dosage should be maximum, 500 mg 4 times a day, because in the sinuses, especially inflamed, antibiotics do not penetrate very well. Course - not less than 7 days. Supplement the treatment with suprastin (25 mg twice a day for 5 days), sinupretom (2 tablets 3 times a day for 7-10 days). And, of course, drops in the nose so that there is a normal outflow. It is useful to master the washing of the nasal cavity with a mild warm sea salt solution 2-3 times a day (in the early days of the disease it helps a lot). Try salt and temperature "on the tongue pour into the palm of one nostril clamp, the second draw in the liquid ...
The genyantritis is perfectly treated by reflexotherapy, for 6-10 sessions (depending on the skill of the doctor or the massage therapist who owns acupressure), without relapse.
How many days does it take to treat maxillary sinusitis and how to be cured faster?
Hello. My name is Vika. For the third week I am being treated for sinusitis, I'm tired. Prompt, how many days the genyantritis is treated? How to recover faster?
Hello, Vika. It is impossible to say unequivocally how many days you treat sinusitis. It depends on the form and stage of the disease, age and general health, as well as on the chosen method of treatment.
Acute maxillary sinusitis, as a rule, is treated within a month or less. If there are complications, the treatment may be longer. Symptoms of chronic sinusitis occur more than 8 weeks. In the chronic stage, this disease can periodically worsen against the background of a cold and reduce immunity.
A small number of days of treatment of genyantritis in the acute stage is due to the use of antibiotics, which quickly stop the development of infection. Therefore, it is very important to cure sinusitis at this stage. If the disease is not cured, then a slow inflammatory process (chronic form) is possible, with which it is more difficult to cope. How long does it take to treat sinusitis in a chronic stage? There is no unequivocal answer to this question. It should be noted, however, that treatment can last from a few months.
In order to recover from maxillary sinusitis faster, it is necessary to comply with all the prescriptions of the attending physician. Do not self-medicate and refuse prescribed medications and procedures.
How long does it take to treat sinusitis?
all life. with endless punctures.
The duration of treatment for sinusitis depends on the type of sinusitis, the state of immunity, the causes that led to the development of sinusitis.
this is a chronic disease. treat either symptoms (runny nose), or promptly (removing the "bad" fluid from the maxillary sinuses)
a dozen punctures with washing and 20 x 3 cubes of modern antibiotics will put you on your feet in 10 days
all life at the most such garbage I do not advise to pierce after a puncture it is even worse I till now with one nostril I am excruciated when the sheet is constantly hammered and the forehead hurts the best licorice it hot salt in a rag for warming the perinousans and a glass of warm water 1 or 2 teaspoons of salt and dig in and wash your nose, you can search in the internet home recipes from this contagion
Bratan as that morning saw in the transfer of "health" the girl decided to try on their advice to get rid of the genyantritis... in short... she quit smoking, did some kind of airway exercises and in the pharmacy is sold some sort of crap for washing the nose (type salt solution into one nostril pouring, and from the other follows and vice versa) in short, she screamed that she was afraid of surgery and decided try it... in three months she felt herself well, her head ceased to hurt, etc. try the truth, if you smoke a hundred pounds poodovo it is necessary to throw smoke of cigarettes corrodes the nasal mucosa and because of this or that will not help... only the complex))) GOOD LUCK !!!
11 years ago I had a sinusitis, but in neglected form. Thought I was dying. They put him in the hospital, made a puncture, then immediately felt better - terrible headaches stopped. Have pierced a course of antibiotics and the field of this any problems was not. I then talked with an elderly man, he went to the punctures every year since his youth. Apparently, it really depends on the way of life and health.