Sinusitis during pregnancy

Genyantritis in pregnancy - causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment

Causes of sinusitis during pregnancy

Sinusitis during pregnancy is very often the consequence, first of all, of some weakening of the immunity of the expectant mother: during the bearing of the baby, the protective forces fall somewhat, are much more susceptible to attacking all kinds of viruses and infections. At the same time, genyantritis during pregnancy can develop as a complication of infection of the upper respiratory tract, it becomes a consequence of not completely cured colds. That is why it is very important to follow the state of health, follow all the doctor's advice regarding the therapy of upper respiratory tract diseases. After all, in addition to the fact that the symptoms and treatment of sinusitis are very unpleasant, the disease is also fraught with serious complications.

Hazards of genyantritis in pregnancy

Sinusitis is characterized, first of all, by stuffy nose and inability of full and free breathing. A lack of oxygen, as is known, often causes hypoxic disorders, including, in particular, the fetus. Another very serious danger of sinusitis is the likelihood of the spread of the inflammatory process into the cranial cavity, resulting in such serious diseases as meningitis, sepsis, brain abscess. Often, chronic sinusitis becomes the cause of dental diseases, provokes the development of neuritis of the trigeminal nerve, which causes severe pain in the face. The permanent stuffiness of the nose affects the heart, pressure, and, of course, lungs. It should be borne in mind that without timely intervention in the progression of sinusitis can develop such complications, without surgical intervention with which it will not be possible to cope. A surgical intervention in pregnancy - the procedure is unsafe.

Symptoms of genyantritis in pregnancy

So, with nasal congestion, you should treat your health with special "fondness" and listen attentively, whether the common rhinitis "supplements" the concomitant symptomatology of the genyantritis. On the possibility of it indicate, in addition to stuffy nose: headache, pain in the eyes and teeth, sensitivity and soreness of the face, a feeling of "bursting" in the nose, an increase in body temperature. In chronic sinusitis, a woman observes a persistent nocturnal cough, traditional treatment is not amenable - pus, draining from the affected sinus on the wall of the nasopharynx, irritates the mucous membrane and provokes coughing attacks. In addition, with chronic sinusitis, such manifestations as keratitis and conjunctivitis are also common.


Treatment of maxillary sinitis is necessary and necessary - after the correct diagnosis is made. In normal condition, sinusitis is detected with the help of radiography, however, in pregnancy this method is not recommended. Therefore, determine the genyantritis in pregnancy for a combination of characteristic features, as well as, if necessary, with the help of a therapeutic and diagnostic sinus puncture ("puncture"), which, moreover, is also included in the complex of therapeutic measures to eliminate sinusitis.

Treatment of sinusitis in pregnancy

The essence of the "puncture" is that the doctor punctures the paranasal sinus with a special needle, then pushes the accumulated pus with the syringe. Then a disinfectant solution is poured into the sinuses, which eventually makes it easier to breathe, relieve pressure in the sinuses and eliminate the headache.

Another procedure, involving the washing of the nose with special solutions, is called "cuckoo". It consists in the fact that medicines are moved along the nose, while he utters the phrase "ku-ku-ku-ku". So, in one nostril the doctor introduces the patient, when he takes a lying position, antiseptic solution, and from the other sucks the solution together with pus. Thus, the pus is removed from the sinuses, and the medicinal solution, washing the nasal cavity, removes inflammation.

As for medicamentous therapy, it is undesirable to treat maxillary sinusitis with antibiotics during pregnancy, therefore, homeopathic remedies often become the drugs of choice. At the same time, antibiotic therapy is permissible if permitted local antibiotics are used, which are injected directly into the maxillary sinuses.

Flushing of the nose in case of genyantritis in pregnancy in general should become an obligatory regular procedure: you can wash your nose with hydrochloric, herbal, antiseptic solutions. Swelling of the mucous membrane is usually removed through the use of vasodilator drugs, but, unfortunately, during pregnancy, most of them are contraindicated. The use of such drugs may be justifiable except in very rare and rather severe cases, and then it is better to give preference to those of medicines that are allowed to infants.

Treat sinusitis can and should be, using the time-tested and popular recipes. These include inhalation over boiled potatoes, menthol or propolis, soda. As a diaphoretic, tea is used with raspberries and linden. For instillations - diluted juice of a beet.

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