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Hello sir 3 year back suddenly I got breathing problems. I went 2 Dr. He gives me nebulouser. He gives me some medication .He told me it's asthma witch happens when weather changes. Currently l am taking 1 tablet for BP daily. When ever I gets breathing problems I take Budamate200. Now I want you to suggest me according to reports wants kinds of precautions I should take like food, medicine extra extra Thanking you.
I have sinus problem from 6 months. What medicine I have to take. To which doctor I have to consult either I have to go with homeopathy or general physician.
Mujhe teen mahine pahle ek din subah balgam me khoon aaya tha aur gla chil gya tha khane pine me koi pareshani nahi hoti muh kholne par kan ko joint me dard mahsus hota tha maine Alchemist me Dr. Ko dikhaya unse hi dawai bhi le raha hu kan ke joint pain to thik ho gaya ek hafte bad par mujhe ab bhi ye lagta hai ki jaise gale me kuch atka huaa hai khasne ke bad bulgam aata hai ek dam gala saf ho jata hai 15 minut me fir aise hi hota hai or ajib se gandh aati hai jaise ki chasni ya ots ki khushubu din me kai bar aisa hota hai kabhi rat ko bhi jyada time par ye hota hai jaise dudh me jyda chini dalne par jo khusbu aati ha us trah ki or pet bhi badh gya hai pahle ke mukable aur resha bana rahta hai.
While spitting blood comes. For some time. 4 years back I was suffering from TB So please suggest. Is there any serious concerns.
What are the symptoms of spine Tb and can one contract spine Tb after a typhoid fever, how spine Tb is diagnosed what are the treatment options.
Sir, I am 21 year old and undergoing treatment for lymph node tuberculosis. At first the doctor told me that I have to take akt-4 for two months and akt-3 for four months but after seeing the tb pcr report he told me to take akt-4 for six months. I wanted to know whether this long duration of akt-4 medication can cause any serious side effects.
I am 24 year boy and have keratosis tonsil from 2 yrs. Please give suggestion how to control it or remove it mam. Can be he is danger for health.
I am suffering from dry cough for the last 2 weeks and I have chest pain whenever I cough hard can you suggest what should be done?
I want to get rid of cough. My nose has started paining because of sneezing Suggest any home remedy for the same.
The answer is unfortunately. Yes!
Meningitis, sometimes referred as spinal meningitis, is an inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. Usually caused by a viral infection, but it can also be caused by a bacterial or fungal infection.
Among pediatric patients admitted for treatment of sinusitis, 3.2% were found to have an intracranial complication. Infection of the sphenoid sinuses, however, merits concern. These thin-walled sinuses develop late in childhood, and their deep location places them adjacent to the dura mater and other critical structures.
Sphenoid sinusitis is identified in approximately 3% of cases of acute sinusitis, typically in the context of pansinusitis. Significant development of the sphenoid sinuses does not begin until age 4 to 6 years, thus, sphenoid sinusitis is restricted.
Viral infection causes most cases of spinal meningitis. Viral meningitis is usually mild and heals without treatment. Bacterial meningitis is more severe and requires treatment with antibiotics. Streptococcus pneumoniae and neisseria meningitidis are strains of bacteria that cause pneumococcus and meningococcus meningitis respectively.
It can be life threatening condition owing to its proximity to brain and spinal cord and infective media is the fluid surrounding them.
• Lumbur puncture – csf examination (cell count, glucose, proteins) and culture
• Blood culture
• Chest x ray
• CT scan of head and nose – pns
• MRI brain
Symptom checker in meningitis secondary to sinusitis:
• Fever (92%)
• Headache (85%)
• Nausea, vomiting (62%)
• Altered consciousness (31%)
• Seizure (31%)
• Hemiparesis (23%)
• Visual disturbance (23%)
• Meningismus (23%)
Conclusion and quick pearls:
• Complications that are less common with antibiotics
• Orbital (cellulitis, abscess)
• Intracranial (subdural empyema, thrombosis of cavernous sinus)
• Bony osteomyelitis.
• Can result in drastic sequelae
• Drain abscess and open involved sinuses
• Ent surgical involvement – functional endoscopic sinus surgery
- Usually amenable with medical treatment
- Drain sinuses if no improvement after 48 hours
• Ophthalmology check up
• Neurosurgery intervention
A low index of suspicion is necessary for early diagnosis and treatment of sphenoid sinusitis, orbital complications and prevention of intracranial complications including meningitis.