What is sinus drainage a symptom of?
People that are more likely to experience sinus drainage are people with a medical condition, such as cystic fibrosis or human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) / acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), a deviated septum, or an allergic condition. Sinus drainage is one of the main symptoms that is related to allergies.
Can cats have sinus drainage?
A fairly common problem we see in cats is formally called chronic rhinitis/sinusitis but informally often called “sniffly cats” or “snuffler cats.” These are cats who struggle with chronic, recurrent nasal (and sometimes sinus) infections.
What does sinus infection drainage look like?
Thick, discolored discharge from the nose (runny nose) Drainage down the back of the throat (postnasal drainage) Blocked or stuffy (congested) nose causing difficulty breathing through your nose. Pain, tenderness and swelling around your eyes, cheeks, nose or forehead.
When to know if your child has a sinus infection?
Your child may have a sinus infection if they have the following symptoms: a cold that lasts over 7 days with fever swelling around eyes thick, colored drainage from the nose post-nasal drip, which can cause bad breath, coughing, nausea, or vomiting headaches earaches
What to give a 2 year old with a sinus infection?
Nasal sprays, saline sprays, and pain relief are all effective treatments for acute sinusitis. Do not give over-the-counter cough or cold medicines or decongestants to your child if they’re under 2 years old. Most children will fully recover from a sinus infection without antibiotics.
Why was a 15 year old referred to surgery?
An otherwise healthy 15-year-old female was referred to the surgery clinic with a chief complaint of perirectal irritation and drainage for 3 months. Her primary care physician had initially evaluated her and treated a presumed perianal abscess with oral antibiotics.
When does a sinus arrhythmia become undetectable?
A sinus arrhythmia may eventually become undetectable as children and young adults grow older. If you develop a sinus arrhythmia because of another heart condition, such as heart disease, your doctor will likely treat the original condition. Treating the condition may help stop the arrhythmia. Sinus arrhythmias rarely cause complications.