Symptoms and Diagnosis of ENT Disorders
- ENT-Related Breathing Problems
- Pain in the Ear, Nose and Throat
- ENT Disorders That Cause Dizziness
- When to See a Doctor
- How To Find a Doctor
ENT-Related Breathing Problems
Many ear nose and throat disorders cause difficulty breathing. For example, enlarged tonsils and adenoids are a cause of sleep apnea. Deviated septum and nasal polyps can cause a constant feeling of stuffiness. Seasonal allergies also cause congestion and stuffiness. Here is some information on common ENT-related breathing disorders.
Pain in the Ear, Nose and Throat
Many ENT disorders can be painful. You may be wondering what your pain means and what you can do about it. Here is some basic information.
- Managing Ear Pain
- How To Calm Your Child When He Has an Earache
- Dealing With a Sinus Headache
- What is Swimmers Ear?
ENT Disorders That Cause Dizziness
Many ENT disorders cause dizziness (vertigo). If you are experiencing this for the first time, it can be frightening and debilitating. Because so many ENT disorders are accompanied by vertigo, it can sometimes be difficult to pinpoint the cause.
When to See a Doctor
Sometimes it can be difficult to differentiate a mild ENT disorder like the common cold from a serious condition. You should be aware of some specific symptoms that indicate professional medical intervention. Many tests are used to diagnose ENT disorders. Regardless of your particular ailment, there is specific information you should always have ready for your physician to help him diagnose your problem.
- Diagnosis of ENT Disorders
- Diagnosis and Treatment of Fluid in the Ear
- Diagnosing and Treating Seasonal Allergies
How To Find a Doctor
If you're looking for a doctor, you may be at a loss as to where to start. The following tips will help you on your path to finding a physician who is right for you.