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Friday, January 25, 2008

R.E.S.D.U.N.G...again???

My last post told U about what is sinusitis. Now let me story to U how this desease take over my life!
I don’t know how to overcome my sinusitis a.k.a resdung. It seems to get worse day by day & make me suffer this whole week. It started from a typical flu. After a week under flu medication, the flu was over but the simptoms changed. I felt pain at my upper cheecks, felt like something pushes my eyes to come out & experienced heavy headache. Sometimes it caused a bad toothache. I know it is sinusitis because I had experienced the same pain last 2 years.
Lying on bed & sleep make me relief only at that moment. It comes again soon after I open up my eyes. I’m sick of it. & Now my mood is totally out. I can’t do anything like usual because I lost my focus & the pain affected my emotion. It turns me into an angry woman, a moody person, unhappy Ida…when I’m not happy, I can’t make my Iman & En. Noor Fadzli happy. When we are unhappy our life is sucks…
Yesterday En. Noor Fadzli bought me herb medicine (after tired of my grumbling & sulking). I took the medicine as instructed & the pain reduced but it still there. Like it was only sleeping. Soon after it woke up, the pain came again. En. Noor Fadzli reminds me to avoid eating seafood, chicken for this particular time as it can worsen my sinusitis.
Oh GOD, I don’t know what else to do. See a doctor just wasting my time & my money. No more drugs please, my body can’t bear drugs anymore. Allah, please give me a good health, agood condition & let me enjoy my life happily.

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I'm suffering...sinus infection, please go away...

Sinus Infection Overview

Sinus infection, or sinusitis, is an inflammation of the sinuses and nasal passages. A sinus infection can cause a headache or pressure in the eyes, nose, cheek area, or on one side of the head. A person with a sinus infection may also have a cough, a fever, bad breath, and nasal congestion with thick nasal secretions. Sinusitis is categorized as acute (sudden onset) or chronic (long term, the most common type).

Anatomy of the sinuses (also called paranasal sinuses): The human skull contains four major pairs of hollow air–filled–cavities called sinuses. These are connected to the space between the nostrils and the nasal passage. Sinuses help insulate the skull, reduce its weight, and allow the voice to resonate within it. The four major pairs of sinuses are the:

  • Frontal sinuses (in the forehead)
  • Maxillary sinuses (behind the cheek bones)
  • Ethmoid sinuses (between the eyes)
  • Sphenoid sinuses (behind the eyes)

The sinuses contain defenses against foreign bacteria (germs). If a disruption occurs that affects the normal host defenses inside the sinuses, those defenses may allow bacteria, which are normally present in the nasal passages, to enter any of the sinuses. Once there, the bacteria may stick to the lining cells and cause a sinus infection.

Acute sinusitis usually lasts less than eight weeks or occurs no more than three times per year with each episode lasting no longer than 10 days. Medications are usually effective against acute sinusitis. Successful treatment counteracts damage done to the mucous lining of the sinuses and surrounding bone of the skull.

Chronic sinusitis lasts longer than eight weeks or occurs more than four times per year with symptoms usually lasting more than 20 days.

The sinuses are covered with a mucus layer and cells that contain little hairs on their surfaces called cilia. These help trap and propel bacteria and pollutants outward. The ostiomeatal complex (OMC) connects the nasal passage to the paranasal sinuses.

Sinus Infection Symptoms

Signs and symptoms of sinus infections depend upon which sinuses are affected and whether the sinus infection is acute or chronic.

Acute sinusitis:

  • Ethmoid sinusitis (behind the eyes)

    • Nasal congestion with discharge or postnasal drip (mucus drips down the throat behind the nose)
    • Pain or pressure around the inner corner of the eye or down one side of the nose
    • Headache in the temple or surrounding the eye
    • Pain or pressure symptoms worse when coughing, straining, or lying on the back and better when the head is upright
    • Fever common

  • Maxillary sinusitis (behind the cheek bones)

    • Pain across the cheekbone, under or around the eye, or around the upper teeth
    • Pain or pressure on one side or both
    • Tender, red, or swollen cheekbone
    • Pain and pressure symptoms worse with the head upright and bending forward and better when reclining
    • Nasal discharge or postnasal drip
    • Fever common
These are what i'm experience rite now. not feeling well for almost every second, i'm sick of it. I hope the traditional herbs which En. Fadzli has bought for me can relief my pain.
please, return my cheerful life...please...

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Thursday, January 10, 2008

Happy New Year 1429H

Diam xdiam dh msk thn br...makin pendek usia, makin tua...
Ape azam br? tu laa soalan wajib bile menjelang thn br. tp bg aku, tiap2 ari pnh ngn azam br...xkire kecik ke, bsr ke...ari2 psg niat. xpnting ape pn azam kte, yg pnting msti m'jurus ke arah kebaikn & mcm mane nk laksanaknnye...
yg paling general...aku nk create idup yg lbh bhg, lbh kualitinya, lbh isinya, lbh maknanya, lbh kasih sygnya, lbh erat hubungnnya...
Semoga semua azam kite terlaksana...walau sepayah mana teruskn usaha, keep on climbing, keep on walking...

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