Common Nose Disorders

Runny Nose :

Runny Nose, also known as Rhinorrhea, refers to excess production of the mucus in the nasal passage. The discharge from the nose is usually a symptom of infection (Sinus, Allergic Rhinitis, etc.), a medical condition (flu, common cold, etc.), medications, temperature change, foreign body stuck in the nose, and many more. Medications help manage the condition and relieve it. Find the Nose Disorder Treatment at our hospital to relieve the symptoms of Runny Nose.

Rhinitis :

Rhinitis is the condition of swelling and inflammation of the nasal passage. It can be due to an allergy or a non-allergic reason. Symptoms associated with Rhinitis include a runny nose, clear drainage, congestion, snoring, nose itching, and many more. Rhinitis may happen due to pollen, chemical exposure, hormonal change, spices, weather conditions, etc. Even Rhinitis can be of two nature- Infective Rhinitis and Non-infective Rhinitis. Usually, medicines are the most common remedy, the specific Rhinitis Treatment depends on the cause and nature of the condition. If the cause is any underlying disease, treatment for it is also necessary.

Sinusitis :

Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses, which are air-filled cavities around the nose, eyes, and forehead. Sinus Infection is caused by a virus (most commonly) but can also be caused by bacteria or fungus. Symptoms of Sinusitis include thick mucus discharge, facial pain, nose congestion, cough, facial pain, pressure, etc. A person may suffer from four types of Sinusitis- Acute, Subacute, Chronic, and Recurrent Sinusitis. On experiencing symptoms, get Sinusitis or Sinus Infection Treatment in Ahmedabad after a thorough diagnosis. In severe cases, surgical intervention may also be required for the treatment.

Nasal Obstruction :

This is the condition when there is blockage of the nasal cavity, causing reduced airflow through it. From cold to sinus infection, allergy to polyps, or deviated septum, such nose disorders can obstruct the nose. With Nasal Obstruction, the person can have complications like shallow breathing, snoring, apnea, and more. Treatment for Nasal Obstruction aims to reduce inflammation, control other symptoms, and remove the blockage to clear the pathway for adequate airflow.

Nasal Polyps :

Nasal polyps are soft, noncancerous growths that form in the lining of the nose and sinuses. They are most common in people with allergies or asthma and can also be caused by chronic sinusitis or other inflammatory conditions. These growths cause breathing difficulties, sinus infections, and impaired sense of smell. Nasal Polyps can be of varied sizes and numbers, requiring medical attention. Severe or recurrent polyps may require surgery.

Nosebleeds :

Nosebleeds, or Epistaxis, is a condition of loss of blood from the nose's inner lining. Nosebleeds can occur at any age, but they are most common in children and adolescents. There are many different causes of nosebleeds, like inhalation of dry air, nose picking, blowing harshly, physical injury, etc. Nosebleeds Treatment is necessary in mild or severe cases.

Deviated Septum :

A Deviated Septum/Nose refers to a condition in which the nasal septum, the bone and cartilage that halve the nose into two nostrils, is not in the center. It can be a birth defect or happen due to an injury or surgery. In cases of Deviated Septum, the affected individual may experience a nose block, bleeding, sinus infections, etc. A crooked nose is a result of this. If symptoms become severe and the deformity is evident, one needs to go for Deviated Septum Treatment or Rhinoplasty. At our hospital, get the best Nose Treatment for bone deformity and similar conditions.