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Treatment of Cold Cough
Treatment of Throat Ache
Treatment of Ear Pain
Treatment of Sneezing
Treatment of Sinusitis
Treatment of Mouth Sores
Treatment of Flu
Treatment of Allergic Rhinitis
Coughing Treatment & Management
Treatment of Hearing Loss
Treatment of Sore Throat
Treatment of Blocked Nose
Treatment of Snoring
Treatment of Stammering
Treatment of Nose Bleed
Treatment of Tinnitus
Treatment of Vertigo
Ear Wax Removal Procedures
Treatment of Nose Infection
Treatment of Neck swelling
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I'm 61 years I am having snoring problem and my mouth gets open I am very much upset can I use chin band is it safe let me know.
I have a bad headache and acute tonsillitis even suffering from typhoid. What should be most important to me now to do?
I have a blocked left ear since the past 2 days, it was hurting some initially now its not. Dont have cold, seems like something minor but i cant put my finger on it , please guide?
My age is 27 and had esr test, result is 37 for first hr and 49 for second. I had even vitamin b12 test and it is 214. I have tonsil stone and suffered from tonsil 15 days back. I am using antibiotic mpxcv-625. Is this high esr a fearing factor? I am very tensed please help me out.
Doctor I have blocked nose problme doctor please can tou suggest a medicine please. Is gud medicine augmentin 625 tablet for blocked nose.
Is it ok to take azibet-500 antibiotic for tonsillitis while I'm already on a birth control pill (Femilon)? Will it reduce the effectiveness of my birth control pill?
Hi Sir, I had undergone septoplasty and endoscopic Turbinoplasty on 4th of July. Nose packs were removed on 7th. Till now my both nasal airways are blocked. I am not able to take breathe from nose. Is it normal? Since how long I will feel blocked nose?
I am 24 years old and I am having a runny nose for so many days. I have tried home remedies and took some common cold medicine too but its of no use. And there is a slight irritation inside the nose too. Could you help me with some solution. Thank you.
A surgical procedure that is done to alter a deviated septum is called Septoplasty. When the cartilage in the middle of your nose is deviated and is out of position, it can create problems like pain in the nose, problems in breathing and nosebleeds. Septoplasty aims to correct the alignment of the septum so as to improve the airflow and rectify any breathing problem. This surgery is generally an outpatient procedure and can be done with general or local anaesthesia.
The septum is the cartilage that causes the division between the two nostrils. When the alignment of the septum falters, it is called a deviated septum. If the septum shifts to one side, then the size of one of the nostrils reduces and causes breathing troubles. Some people are born with a deviation in the septum, but often times it can be caused by an injury to the nose as well. Surgery is the only means to correct this deformity.
What are the risks associated with septoplasty?
Septoplasty is a major surgery, and just like any other surgery, it has its risks. The risks may include heavy bleeding, adverse reaction to anaesthetics used or infection of the site of surgery. The other risks that are associated with septoplasty include
- Profuse bleeding
- Decrease in olfactory senses
- Change in the shape of your nose
- A perforation in the septum
- Temporary sensation of numbness of facial area due to the effects of anaesthetics
- Collection of blood in the nasal space, which needs special medical attention to be drained out
- Sometimes the symptoms such as blocked nose, bleeding etc. may persist even after undergoing the surgery.
How to recover from the surgery?
After the surgical procedure, your doctor may ask you to take precautions in order to reduce the chances of swelling and bleeding. Depending upon the severity of the surgery, your doctor may advice you to abide by all of the restrictions such as:
- Curbing on activities such as aerobics and jogging which can put strain on your body. This precaution is practiced to maintain normal blood pressure in order to avoid nosebleeds
- Do not blow your nose
- Avoid wearing clothes that you have to take off by pulling over your nose to avoid brushing against it
- Put your head on an elevated platform when sleeping
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