How to manage chest & nasal congestion with tongue tightness? – Dr. Sriram Nathan

When you have a very severe nasal and chest congestion and you are a singer, you know that our voice is important, it means that you have got a common cold, a flu, you would not most probably be having an infection. So what you can do is initially try the home remedies. You can take warm water,warm food, you can take steam inhalation if the condition is very severe. You can take salt water…

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Nasal Congestion with ENT Dr. CT Nguyen

http://bestdocsnetwork.com/houston/ct-nguyen/ Barry was having severe nasal congestion issues that Dr. C.T. Nguyen was able to relieve. source

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“Resdung” or Rhinosinusitis – Feel Good Show NTV7

Do you know that sinuses are a connected system of hollow cavities in the skull? Whereas Sinusitis, also known as a Sinus Infection or Rhinosinusitis, is inflammation of the nasal cavities. Common inflammatory symptoms include thick nasal mucus, a plugged nose, and pain in the face. Segment of the Feel Good Show (NTV7) on the 26 June 2018 where Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon from Columbia Asia Hospital – Petaling Jaya, Dr. Iqbal Farim…

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Dr. Houssam Tohme – ENT Consultant – explains what is Nasal Obstruction

Houssam Tohme – ENT Consultant – explains what is Nasal Obstruction and what could be the consequences if left untreated. To learn more http://www.hsmc.ae/dr-houssam-tohme/ source

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Nasal Stents Taken Out, Deviated Septum, Nasal Obstruction, Turbinate Hypertrophy, 1w After Surgery

Nasal Stents Taken Out, Deviated Septum, Nasal Obstruction, Turbinate Hypertrophy, 1 Week After Surgery. Hows it going everyone. I hope everyone is doing well. Sorry about the long break but Im back and have alot to share with you! I just nasal surgery this past week and this is me getting my stents taken out and them suctioning out some bloody tissue and boogers. YUMM… My nose still hurts a little but I will live….

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A Quick and Permanent Fix for Nasal Obstruction with Dr. Madan Kandula

Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Dr. Madan Kandula discusses in-office coblation turbinate reduction on WTMJ4’s Morning Blend. source

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What to Expect – In Office Balloon Sinuplasty for Sinus Headaches (Dr. Sina Joorabchi)

The following video is meant to serve as a pre-operative resource for patients who are undergoing an In-Office Balloon Sinuplasty. The procedure experience as well as pre-operative and post-operative Instructions will be reviewed. source

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Are Sinus Headaches related to Sinusitis? – Dr. Harihara Murthy

Sinus headaches usually signify a headache caused by an infection within the sinus. But the problem is sometimes you can get a headache mimicking a sinus headache without any infection. This can be because of the changed aerodynamics of the nose caused by either deviated septums or hypertrophied turbinates or even if there is some obstruction caused by any polyps. As a result of which, there can be any negative pressure in the sinuses as…

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Do antibiotics really help in managment of Sinus Infection? – Dr. Harihara Murthy

When there is an active infection in the sinuses, it is necessary to give an anti-infective treatment, which may include an antibiotic therapy, ranging from 5 to 10 days, sometimes even more. But then, sometimes, it is not necessary to actively give antibiotics in all patients. When there is minimal infections you can supportive treatment and be alleviated of the problem without antibiotics. But then it is not the role, it is more of an…

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What causes sudden voice change? Can post nasal drip lead to it? – Dr. Lakshmi Ponnathpur

Sudden change of voice happens mainly due to an infective or an allergic condition. Acute pharyngitis is known to cause a sudden change of voice. It can be a viral inflammation or a secondary bacterial infection. Generally upper respiratory tract is caused by viral infection, which renders the patient weak and the body is invaded secondarily by bacteria. Acute bacterial sinusitis also causes post nasal drip leading to laryngitis. Other common cause being acute onset…

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