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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
Facial Cosmetic Surgery
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I get throat pain and cough in 4 to 5 months and it's hurts I hate to take medicine please tell some home remedies.
I never had any allergy related problems in my 50 year old life, irrespective of place or time. Now 4 months after shifting my residence from Nagpur to Bangalore I developed a throat infection after which a nonstop problem of cold, sneezing, threat itching eye itching continued. I tried anti allergy medicine prescribed by my doctor like cetrizine, Allegra etc which only gave partial relief. I tried homeo treatment for 2 months, Ayurvedic for two months (Pankaja Kasthuri) but no relief. I had stayed in Bangalore earlier also for duration of one month at different times without any such complaints. But even if with a change of place I find relief doesn't come to me, had it been a problem of Bangalore specific. Kindly suggest remedial measures.
I am 22 year male. I have been suffering from throat infection for many years. When ever I go to the doctors they give me pills and it would take around 2-3 weeks to recover. But again it would repeat whenever I get cold. Is there any permanent solution or any better tablets you could suggest.
My grandma is 59. She smoked weed when she was a young adult, she has smoked to this day since she was a teen, and she drank alcohol for about 25-30 years. She has had type one diabetes since she was 7. In the past 5 months, she has been put in the hospital three times for her blood sugar being over a thousand. About 2 months ago, she was not getting blood to her right foot and they amputated her leg right below the knee. A couple weeks ago she had a blood clot in her arm and almost had to lose it as well. She still has it, but she has hardly any feeling in it and it is very swollen. Last week she went in for a doctors appointment and started throwing up and getting dizzy. They took her blood sugar and it was 1100. So she is yet again in the hospital. She does have diabetic ketoacidosis. I read online that blood sugars over a thousand result in a coma or death. Why isn't she in a Coma? Is this all a sign that she is going to die soon?
I am suffering from nose bleedings frequently. And I guess I eat too much of the food that is warm for my body. Can you suggest me some indian foods that will keep my body cold?
Sinus from two years. I am on alternative treatment till now but results are barely normal. It was aggravated after a recent accident. I suffered a head injury. The front and back of my head suffered during this. I am perfectly normal now but I have started experiencing sinusitis since my recovery. My age is 37 and I am otherwise healthy and strong Thanks a lot and kindly help me.
I am suffering from big tonsils in my whole mouth even in throat also from last 3 days and I am unable to take any solid thing.
Doctor I am 16 year old, from 3 to 4 days I am feeling dizziness, I feeling little bit head ache, feeling head heavy and I have vomiting 2 times yesterday. Please sir give me solution or advice. Doctor I think your advice is for free?
Dizziness or vertigo is a feeling of being off centre, which makes a patient feel like there is lack of balance. This is especially apparent when one is at a height or while wearing footwear with high heels. It may be caused due to a variety of causes, and ear problems are one of the primary causes of this kind of dizziness.
Let us take a look at the various ear problems and how they can cause dizziness or vertigo:
- Infection: The bacteria or virus that causes cold and loose motions can also cause an ear infection. This can give rise to temporary vertigo which may last up to six weeks or more. Dizziness or vertigo happens in such cases because the viral effect spreads to the inner ear which causes a ringing and off balance sensation. The general physician or ENT specialist will usually prescribe a round of medicines only if the condition becomes too severe to handle.
- Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: This kind of dizziness is also known as BPPV and may be caused due to the motion of a calcium particle known as otolith, in the ear. This can cause a fluttering movement that gives the sensation of falling down or losing balance. This usually takes place in the part of the ear that catches the sensation of gravity. The movement of the otolith can make the patient feel as if his or her head is turning or swaying, while in reality the patient may be stationery. This problem can be fixed with the help of a two minute therapy known as Epley Manoeuvre, which can be conducted easily in the ENT specialist's clinic.
- Meniere's Disease: There is actually a specific condition that is characterised primarily by dizzy spells and vertigo. The other symptoms of this ear bone condition include ringing of the ears, loss of hearing, and the feeling of fullness or pressure build up in the ears. This can be fixed with therapy and drugs as well as hearing loss aids.
- Dandy's Syndrome: This is an ear condition where the patient constantly feels like he or she is bouncing up and down. This condition hits patients who are on antibiotic medication for any kind of infection, and it subsides once the medication is done with. It occurs in such cases because certain kinds of antibiotics may be toxic for the ear. One may also see natural improvement in the condition over the passage of time.
- Tumours: Other reasons like tumours and strokes can also cause vertigo on a temporary or permanent basis.
Dizziness due to ear problems can be due to a number of mild to severe reasons. It is best to get these causes checked.