Ear, Throat, & Sinus Infections Treatment in Oklahoma City, OK
Are You or Your Child Sick with an Illness or Infection? For Quick, Easy Diagnosis, Come to Immediate Care of Oklahoma. We Can Also Provide Ear, Throat, and Sinus Infections Treatment in Oklahoma City OK.
Table of Contents:
What is a sinus infection? How can I treat a sinus infection?
What causes an ear infection? How is an ear infection treated?
What about throat infections? How is a throat infection treated?
Where can I get ear, throat, and sinus infections treatment in Oklahoma OK?
Infections can be difficult to figure out. It can be very difficult to determine what could have caused the issue in the first place. And sometimes, an infection can affect other areas of the body, like how a sinus infection can affect the ears. This makes it even more difficult to determine what the issue could be. If you or your child has been suffering from symptoms affecting the ears, throat, or sinuses, then come to Immediate Care of Oklahoma for diagnosis.
Our physicians can pinpoint the problem quickly and provide treatment that will cure the infection and all of your symptoms. For ear, throat, and sinus infections treatment in Oklahoma City OK, you can’t go wrong with Immediate Care of Oklahoma.
A sinus infection is also known as sinusitis. This condition can occur when the sinuses become filled with fluid, which causes germs to grow and infection in the patient. Sinus infections can be caused by colds, allergic rhinitis, nasal polyps, or a deviated septum. In order to treat a sinus infection, it’s important to have the cause properly diagnosed by a professional, like our professionals here at Immediate Care of Oklahoma.
Depending on the cause of your sinus infection, a doctor might prescribe an antibiotic or a type of steroid. If your sinus infection is caused by allergic rhinitis, then the doctor might recommend allergy testing to determine what the allergen is, and then recommend you avoid the allergen. If your infection is caused by nasal polyps or a deviated septum, then the doctor might refer you to a specialist.
An ear infection is an infection of the middle ear, which is caused by bacteria or a virus. Sometimes, a cold or allergy can cause these infections. Occasionally, the flu can cause an infection.
Children are especially susceptible to ear infections, but sometimes ear infections clear up on their own. Other times, a doctor can prescribe an antibiotic to clear the infection, which can ease symptoms very quickly!
If you or your child is suffering from a sore throat, then it’s likely due to an infection, like a viral infection. In fact, about 90% of sore throats are caused by viruses. Bacterial infections can cause sore throats too.
Sometimes a throat infection will go away on its own, but sometimes it won’t go away so easily or even at all. Also, symptoms can be quite uncomfortable for children, so you might want to get the infection treated right away. Some over-the-counter medications, like cough syrup, can help ease symptoms of a viral infection. Some low-dose corticosteroids can also help with any pain. For bacterial infections, and antibiotic will quickly clear up the issue! You can receive or be prescribed these medications at an urgent care clinic.
You can come right to us at Immediate Care of Oklahoma to have any infection diagnosed and treated! We have an onsite laboratory to help with advanced diagnoses, if necessary. Our urgent care clinic is open to children and seniors too, 7 days a week.
We have multiple locations in Oklahoma city to serve you better! Please visit our locations page for our addresses and contact information. We’re a walk-in clinic too, so if you’re suffering from an illness or infection, you can simply come right in for immediate service.
We look forward to seeing you here at Immediate Care of Oklahoma!
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