If it is truly a sinus infection is does require antibiotics as infections usually cannot clear up without them.
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Sinus pain and thick mucus is an indicator of a sinus infection. You will need to visit your doctor for antibiotics.
Surgery may be needed to clean out and widen the ethmoid sinus opening.
Cephalexin. My dentist gave it to me for a sinus infection.
If you have an infection you will need to see the doctor for antibiotics.
Antibiotics are used to treat infections; congestion doesn't mean you have an infection. Congestion can be a sign of a bacterial infection but may also mean you have a virus, which antibiotics won't help viruses.
Probably one of the anti bacterial ones and not the viral antibiotics.
Most sinus infections are viral, and most sinus infections to not respond to antibiotics. Contact your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
Steroids, antibiotics, and saline. Saline is used to rinse the sinus cavities to let them heal, I would recommend NeilMed's Sinus Rinse bottle.
Sinus infection and cataracts are not related. The sinus isn’t affected by cataracts. So getting the surgery won’t help the infection.
A sinus infection in its self would not kill you for say, if a sinus infection goes untreated it can cause other health issues such as, meningitis, which is very deadly. It's advised for anyone with a sinus infection to see a Dr. They do not go away on there own and can in fact cause more problems if not treated. Sinus infections need to be treated with antibiotics.
Yes. Facial nerves are close to the sinus cavity. The v3 and v2 nerves specifically. You can get nerve inflammation from a sinus infection. This causes tingling sensations and/or pain along the nerves. Often high dose antibiotics are prescribed to heal the infection and inflammation.
In short, no. For a sinus infection to kill you it cannot be a simple, heres some antibiotics and you're fine. It has to be chronic or cancerous and probably involves tumors, polyps, thickening of the walls, and holes.
cronic allergies and sinus infections have similar symptoms. Without an x ray you will not know if it is just mucus retention caused by allergies or a sinus infection. you can take Zyrtec or Tylenol sinus if you suspect a sinus infection. however you may need to see a doctor and get antibiotics such as amox or augmentin. However a saline or nasal steriod spray might do the trick. see a docor
Mucosal thickening in the sinus cavity is commonly called sinusitis. It is most often caused by a viral infection and is treated with antibiotics.
No. Not so. You have good doctors and good antibiotics to take care of the sinus infections. At times the sinus infection needs surgical drainage.
Sinus infections can be treated by a number of antibiotics. The most common are amoxicillin, augmentin, bactrim, zithromax and biaxin. The choice has more to do with the severity of the infection and the patient history (allergies to medications, etc).
rarely, but sometimes yes they do like 1 out of 10 sinus infections do, but i wouldent bet on it if you have a sinus infection i would contact my doctor quickly. hope this helped ^_^
No. You should never consume alcohol while on antibiotics. It can cause serious and long term liver damage.
I was just looking to see what antibiotics I could take for a sinus infection. I read 2 articles that said that amoxicillin was appropriate, but that doctors rarely prescribe them until after a week or so of severe symptoms.
No. Acyclovir should not be used to treat a sinus infection. Acyclovir is an antiviral drug used to treat herpes. Sinus infections are bacterial and require an antibiotic.
yes it can be used for sinus infection
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