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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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I am suffering from sinusitis I have to take levocitrizen everyday from last 4 years how to get rid off this. Once my doctor gave me Nucort its helps me for 1 year but again situation is same.
I am 25 years male, I am suffering from throat infections from past 8 months, I did undergo a lot of tests. What should I do?
Am 27years old man having problem in nose always sneezing, sinus. I already gone with 2 surgeries before still no improvement in that. I live in coalfield area dusty atmosphere doctors advice me to stay protected with dust I follow too but still same always my nose are blocks one open and closed, plsss suggest me some way.
Sore throat & fever from last 5 weeks. Did antibiotics course but no effect. No other symptoms. What should be next step.
Daily night around 8-830 I am feeling that my nose is block. I am able to breath but with pressure, I can fell some sputum inside my nose actually Not even a single breath I can feel is complete unless I take a yawn or breath by mouth. I am using otrivin from around 3-4 days. I have bp of 170/110 and I am taking medicine and during nose congestion it's normal around 150/90. Could you please tell what could be the reason.
I hear continuously 24x7 a whistle sound in my both the ears from last six months, I have consultant with some good doctors and they seeking it is tinnitus and it is incurable, please suggest how can I get back to my normal life?
1. Got sore throat 2 says back + sign of cold. 2. Taking azithromicen 500 mg, morning and evening + sinerist, morning and evening. 3. Got fever also today with running nose and cough. Please suggest.
I am suffering from tonsilsl i.e throat infection, since 7 years, due to this frequently get fever, sneezing, body pain, cold, headache, & problem in eating food. Its effect my studies. please help me out.
Throat cancer is a broad term used to cover cancer across a number of organs in the oronasal passage – right from the nasopharynx, oropharynx, glottis, epiglottis to supraglottis. Minus the medical terms, it means anywhere from the back of the nose and throat to the where the neck ends. The mucous cells along this path can undergo changes and begin multiplying rapidly, leading to cancer. The following are some additional risk factors:
- Cigarette smoking
- Tobacco abuse
- History of human papilloma virus (HPV)
- Alcohol abuse
- Poor dental hygiene
- Family history
Cigarette smoking is the most important of all, and a person can significantly reduce the risk by cutting down smoking. The throat has different types of linings and gland tissue, and depending on the cell type affected, the type of cancer could vary.
Symptoms: Throat cancer diagnosis can get delayed as the symptoms are very similar to a throat infection.
- Sore throat: A sore throat that lasts for weeks together is often a cause for concern and requires ruling out underlying serious problem. Having associated risk factors is a good way to see if ruling out cancer is needed.
- Cough: A cough that does not go away is a cause for concern. This is often associated with other symptoms mentioned here.
- Voice change: Usually hoarseness of the voice, which is painless and not accompanied by a throat infection, is an indication of throat cancer.
- Difficulty swallowing or breathing: Depending on where the cancer is located, there could be problems in either free breathing or swallowing. The developing mass gets in the way of free air and/or food movement.
- Lumpy feeling in the throat: If the developing mass is along the length of the throat, then there could be a lumpy feeling, as if something is caught in the throat and not going down.
- Bleeding: There could be bleeding either through the nose or the mouth, depending on the place of the cancer. Again, this is one of the late symptoms and not seen in the beginning.
- Unexplained weight loss: As with any cancer, throat cancer also leads to unexplained weight loss.
Depending on the area affected, the symptoms can point to the location. For instance, voice changes are often associated with laryngeal cancer. A combination of risk factor assessment and symptoms will help in pinning down the diagnosis. Reach out to the doctor as soon as you notice something is wrong, as early diagnosis is very good for timely intervention and improving prognosis. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!