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Fungal Sinus Infection – Types, Symptoms, Remedy

There are different types of sinusitis. Some can be treated with just basic home remedies while some requires surgery.

sinusit It is easy to treat bacteria caused sinusitis infection. For a fungal sinus infection, it may be harder. Most of the time, chronic sinusitis, are the results of fungus exposure. Fungus cannot be treated with natural antibiotics. If one has tried taking one, but it did not help it must be a fungal infection.

 

Invasive and Non-invasive Fungus

Fungus can be non-invasive, which means that the infected tissues will not contaminate or affect the healthy ones. Some types of fungus are invasive. It can spread and affect healthy tissues.

Polyps grow as a result of fungal infection. Polyps are grapelike swollen skin, which causes blocking of the air passage when not treated. The most effective treatment that can be used to eliminate polyps is surgery.

Four Types of Fungal Infection

There are four types of fungal sinus infection. First two are the chronic invasive sinusitis and acute invasive fungal sinusitis. These two are the most sever infection that a person can have.

  • Symptoms for this are as follows: pain in the nasal and sinus cavities, closed air passages fever and other pain. The fungi in this infection can spread through the tissues. It can infect even the healthy tissues in just a matter of time. It is best to consult a doctor when confronted with this fungal sinusitis.

Another type is the fungal ball infection, like other types of sinus infection it can cause fever, headache loss of appetite and phlegm build up. This sinus infection can occur often.

The worse thing about this is it restrains your breathing especially during nighttime. Fungal ball infection can be treated with medications. If it had already affected so much of your sinus, surgery can be the best solution for this.

The most common of all types is allergic fungal sinusitis. fugal-sinusit-pointThis can be particularly common during cold seasons.

Symptoms include excessive drainage, sneezing, swelling of the eyes, stubborn headache and other nasal pains.

The other common effect of this is loss of appetite. This can also be treated with medication.

Fungal ball infection and allergic fungal sinusitis can be treated with medications.

Non-invasive fungi cause these two, which means that the infected tissues will not be a threat to the remaining healthy ones.

Identifying Fungal from Bacterial Infection

Sometimes, it is hard to identify fungal infection from ones caused by bacteria. The best thing that we can do to determine if we have a fungal or bacterial infection is to consult a doctor.

Taking medicines can be ineffective when the cause of the infection is unclear. The best thing about asking the doctor’s opinion is they also give their patients directions on how to avoid future infections.

  • Watching a strict and being more conscious with what one eats can avoid fungal sinus infections and bacterial sinusitis. Everything else follows when a person is aware of things to be avoided and the things that can help reduce the possibility of catching sinus infection.

The best thing about being aware of the nature of infection is the fact that he will also be aware of the necessary precautions that need to be done. A healthy sinus can help a person get away from lots of troubles. The pain and discomfort caused by sinus infections can cause delays and too much disturbance.

When sinusitis last for how many days, it may turn into flu. One should also consider having medicines for infections in your kit. If he has already discussed the disease with the doctor, the next time he encounters it, it would be easier for him to find a way to treat it.

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I have left side fungal sinusitis nd hemoptysis .what is the management?

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tim says August 19, 2016

i have a sinus infection in my ethmoid , sphenoid and maxillary sinus i also have inflamatory bowel disease and am concerned that taking antibiotics may compromise my intestine not sure if it is bacterial or fungal what should i do

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    Dorian says September 25, 2016

    The condition you reported in August is also my concern. I am on antibiotics and am about to start anti fungal irrigation. I eat a head of minced raw garlic, slightly broiled but not brown, every day. I’m doing lemon water and curries. I need to cut out dairy and drink ginger honey juice. What has happened with you and your sinus condition since August? Thank you

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Patricia minter says September 4, 2016

I am using small amount of honey mixed with just enough water to dissolve. I then store it in small glass container. In the beginning when I had a headache I would use it every 30 minutes til I got relief. Take a cotton swab and dip it in the honey/water and clean nostrils. Use a clean swab for every dip and with each nostril. At first, you won’t be able to go in very far due to the tenderness but with continued application throughout the day you will be surprised at your progress. I even used this in my ears. It is a blessing.

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