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I am Suffering from sore throat for the last three days. Little cold and sometimes fever also. Voice 70percent choked. Difficulty is speaking. Pl suggest medicines. Can I eat taxim o 200, cefixime tabs? any side effects? pl advise.
Hi, I am asking for my son. He is 5 year old. He has got enlarged lymph node below the right ear .first day he has throat pain. Then we noticed a bulging inside the throat .then he told he has neck pain also. Then only we saw the bulging on the same side of neck where the throat has. Next day we consult a doctor .after examine he told all lymph nodes in his body are palpable. So we have to do blood test nd smear test also. Mantoux test also done. Tat is negative. But in blood test neutrophil and WBC count are high. I want to know about this .can you please help me.
I am a 45 yrs old male and having a problem in my ear pain & water resisting from my ear, please guide me for medicine.
Mere left ear me 1 hafte se dard hai or kam sunai de raha hai or uski wajah se sir dard bhi h.Gentamicin drop or levocetirizine le rahi hu dard ke liye diclofenac le rahi hu fark nahi sunai nahi de raha.
On 1st april: Had history of urti. Then fever for 2 days. Then bilateral cervical lymph nodes enlarged and rash--diagnosed as CHICKEN POX. Completed the 5 days VALACYCLOVIR and cefixime course. After 40 days (present day)-no fever, no cough, no malaise But feels like cervical lymph nodes are enlarged. I don't exactly know whether they are not regressed since that urti OR is it TB Lymphadenitis (AS I AM A DOCTOR IN GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL-which can be potential source of tb bacteria!) Should I be concerned. When to go for diagnostic intervention? Please advice carefully. Thanks in advance.
Many of the times something like liquid comes from my ear and that pains a alot. The liquid type material keeps on coming from my ear and at the same time it pains too. In my left ear, the listening ability is less as compared to right ear. I came to know that there is a hole in my left ear that's why all this is going on. Please help. Is operation is the only way to get rid of it? if not, then tell the tablet or ear drop so that I can overcome this defect and tell me the coarse duration. I really want to get rid from this defect and this defect is with me since I was in class 4th and now I am in b. Tech final (4th) year. That means near about from 12-13 years I have this problem. The other problem is many of the time I get cough and cold and at that time this problem of coming out of the liquid type substance from my ear happens mostly. I always try that this problem of cough and cold don't happen with me but every time this happens and have to suffer alot because of this problem.
A nosebleed also called epistaxis medically is normally not dangerous, but if you are old nosebleeds come with a number of risks. Treating a bloody nose incorrectly can only make it more dangerous, because of prolonged bleeding. Before we explain the ways to stop nosebleeds, let’s take a look at its causes:
Nosebleeds usually start from just inside the entrance of the nostril. But, why? Because the blood vessels here are quite fragile and are also prone to rupture easily. This is the reason why children suffer from nosebleeds so easily. Other common reasons are
- A blocked nose due to colds
- Picking one's nose roughly
- Blowing one's nose
- Use of cocaine
A nosebleed usually lasts for about 10-20 minutes and is usually easy to treat. But in some conditions, this bleeding can be profuse and last longer like in cases of
Bleeding can sometimes also happen in areas further back in the nose due mostly to injuries and disorders of the nose.
Usually, nosebleeds can be stopped using simple first aid.
- Sitting up straight helps, especially along with tipping your head forward. It is vital that you don’t tip your head backwards as this can allow the blood to go down your throat and cause vomiting. And this can make your nosebleed worse. So, take care to spit out the blood in your mouth and not to swallow it.
- To stop a nosebleed, pinch the soft, cartilaginous part of your nose using your thumb and forefinger. Spraying your nose with a medicated nasal spray before pinching it can help the bleeding to stop faster. Apply pressure for 10 minutes to get results. Check if your nosebleed has stopped after 10 minutes if it’s not; apply pressure for another 10 minutes. Nosebleeds usually stop after 10 to 20 minutes of pressure.
- Use an ice pack to your nose and cheeks. This will constrict the blood vessels in the nose and stop the nosebleed.
- Use a saline- or water-based nasal gel inside your nose to stop bleeding.
- Remember not to blow your nose or insert anything into your nose for at least 12 hours after your nosebleed is over.
- If the bleeding doesn’t stop even after 20 minutes of applying direct pressure, it’s prudent to rush to a doctor. He will treat your nose to stop the bleeding.
- In a few rare cases, the bleeding is so severe that a blood transfusion is needed, and surgery may be needed to stop it.
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