The affected mucous membrane of the wedge sinus can adversely affect the adjacent anatomical structures: Optic nerve, bone marrow, and partitions. Such a dangerous localization of inflammation often leads to serious complications. Take care of the consequences that you can. It is sufficient to know about the symptoms.

How to recognize sphenoiditis?

 The first alarming symptoms.In the early stages, there are often cases of asymptomatic disease. But even in the absence of complaints and pronounced signs, the disease continues to develop. Sphenoiditis is threatened by its invisibility and similarities to symptoms with other diseases. In sphenoiditis, pain can occur in temples, on the forehead and in the eyes. There is nervousness in the nose. The patient begins to feel weakness, work capacity decreases, there may be insomnia. Taking these symptoms for a common cold, many refuse to help the doctor and start treatment in the usual ways. In addition to medical preparations, also resort to folk medicine. Home treatment can help relieve inflammation, but it should not be uncontrolled. Ignoring health care with sphenoiditis is always a risk. Lost time and lack of results often lead to unpleasant complications. Headaches follow most of the inflammatory processes in ENT disease, but the difference in sfenoiditis from pain in the neck of the neck. It is not strong, it passes with pain, but it can return.

What causes disease?

Symptoms of sfenoiditis can be a variety of infectious diseases, but the main factor of provocation are the anomalies of the structure of the spheroid sphere. The thing is in its anatomical characteristics, any deviation can lead to obstruction of the exit roads. Choose the most:

Asymmetry, presence of additional openings and bulkheads;

The appearance of a cyst which blocks the output path;

Nasal septum curvature;

Tumors in the nasal sinus;

Foreign objects in the chest;

Presence of polyps;

Treatment of sfenoiditisTo avoid the occurrence and development of the disease, doctors are advised to apply the body, necessarily, to cure nasal disorders in order to protect against viral infections. But if the diagnosis of “sphenoiditis” is already set, the patient’s task is to follow the specialist’s recommendations. After detecting disease and determining the condition, the physician prescribes a treatment aimed at saving a patient from an infected mucus that accumulates in the nasal sinuses. Usually, the therapy starts with antibacterial drugs and medicines that have a vasoconstrictor effect. They abundantly refer to the mucous membrane of the nose. In acute form of the disease, antibiotics, physiotherapeutic procedures, nasal leaks, mucolytics and secretolytics are prescribed. The steps are carried out until the gurilent discharge is completely stopped.