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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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My husband is 28 years old and working in abroad. He is a person who grow beard. One week before lump where noticed on either side of face near ear inside skin. Both can be felt only when presses and find. One is very small and other is little bit large. Doc said it is due to tonsillitis, it is hard and immovable. please help.
I often go through continuous sneezing, my nose blocks & sometimes it does blows. The attacks comes 4-5 time's in a month & it only stops when I intake antibiotics.
My ears are paining after using headphone. Even I can't tolerate the sounds produced from big sounds like cracker, traffic horn and so on. So, how can I relief from this problem and what kind of Medicine I should take?
Please help me! I have the problem of deviated nose septum (naak ki haddi taddi hai left side ki taraff) so my right nostril active and left nostril inactive. But now I'm 22 years old and experiencing ghabrahat, sweating,improper breathing, excess body heat / heat intolerant. So what can I do to prevent this problem.
I am feeling pain in ear and also yellow fluid coming out of my ears. How to stop. Reccomend me some medicines ?
I've got nose blocking and some sinus polyps in my nose and cheeks. Is there any medicine or are essential oils like eucalyptus good for putting in nebulizer.
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 have ear pain due to cold and I took tablets but it is not get recovered still. Please give any new remedy to get rid of it.
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 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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