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Cysts Removal Procedure
Treatment of Tonsils (Tonsillitis)
Hearing Aid Fitting
Treatment of Throat and Voice Problems
Earlobe Repair Procedure
Treatment of Sleep Disturbance
Nose Reshaping Procedure
Hearing Testing Techniques
Nasal And Sinus Allergy Care
Cochlear Implant Procedure
Ear Micro Surgery
Treatment Of Hearing Deficiency
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Sir I undergoes Angioplasty on 17-10-2017 since then I take proper diet and medicines. But after 4 month of angioplasty I feel vertigo and unconsciousness. On dated 19-05-2017 I undergoes fainting and unconsciousness stage for few minutes and recover itself. But after two week at 4 AM during sleep I undergoes same condition with sweating. There is no pain at all. Same day at 6 PM same condition with breathlessness. All test like CT Scan X RAY are normal. But Echo shows same evidence of blockage. Is it possible to undergo again angiography. Is it is safe. And condition is critical or not? I am in ICU since 2 May to 7 May My routine Ecg is normal since 3 May. My Blood pressure is always normal. Echo shows LVH WITH LVDD WITH hypokinesia FREQUENT ECTOPIC EF is 36%. This echo report is almost similar to the previous Six month old report but EF is 45% in that report.
My ear gets clogged every night since the past one month. Some day it's the left ear. Some day it's the right one. There is no pain of any kind. Nor is there any such visible wax. Also the problem shows no sign in the day. Only persists at night. I had been swimming for past 3 months before the problem started. Have not visited any doctor yet for the issue.
Any home remedies for some kind of allergy bouts like irritating nose and sneezing early morning or after a walk in a green area any time but not always?
Dear Sir I am 34 year old male I have a problem that pus is coming from my left ear when I was four years old since then I was not consulted any Doctors as my parent' s illiterate. I took Orecure ear drops as one of my friend suggested it stops and comes again as regular after 25 days. And I have also hearing broblem in this ear. Please advice me sir.
Strep throat is a common bacterial infection mostly seen among young adults and children, caused by Streptococcus pyogenes, a group A bacteria, that leads to pain and inflammation in the throat. While some people may have mild symptoms, others may encounter more serious symptoms such as high fever and chills, sore throat, swollen glands, loss of appetite, and difficulty in swallowing food.
If you don’t treat the condition soon enough, strep throat can be really painful and troublesome. Although the ideal treatment option for this condition is antibiotic medications, research studies show that they are only effective in reducing the span of the infection by about half a day. Moreover, antibiotics have adverse side effects on your health, so it is always advisable to steer away from those heavy doses. The best way to keep yourself healthy and free from a strep throat is to prevent it from the very beginning. Here are a few steps you can follow to prevent yourself from getting a strep throat-
- Avoid contact- Coughing and sneezing which are the usual symptoms of a strep throat, can be contagious. The infection usually spreads from person to person so make sure you do not come in contact with the person suffering from a strep throat for at least a week or two. Also, keep your mouth covered if you ever come in contact with a sick person.
- Maintain good hygiene- Good hygiene is the key to a healthy body. In order to keep the infection at bay make sure you use an anti-bacterial soap or hand wash to clean your hands before and after you have your meal. If you’re traveling around then always carry a hand sanitizer.
- Change your diet- Include lots of fluid to your diet. Drinking lots of water and fluids will not only keep you hydrated, but will also moisten and lubricate your throat therefore reducing your chances of being affected by a strep throat. Include vitamin supplements or food that are rich in vitamins and avoid spicy or citrus food as they are likely to cause an irritable strep throat.
- Avoid smoking- Smoking causes irritation to the throat tissues, which in turn increases the chance of getting a strep throat. So stop smoking, and avoid coming in contact with smokers as well.
Although strep throat may not sound like a chronic illness, it can lead to serious complications if not prevented at the outset. Since there are no proven vaccines to prevent the infection, adopting these aforementioned steps can help you stay away from a strep throat. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!