Seasonal Allergies and Sinusitis Treatment in Oklahoma City
Immediate Care Urgent Care of OK Locations in OKC Are Open 8AM-8PM Monday through Sunday. Our Doctors and Medical Professionals Provide Seasonal Allergies and Sinusitis Treatment for Children to Senior Patients With No Appointment Needed.
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When you come down with cold symptoms in the Oklahoma City area, it can be a minor inconvenience. Most of the time, colds can be easily handled at home with a few days of rest and over the counter medicines. However, people can easily mistake common cold symptoms, including a stuffy nose, when in reality a much more severe infection exists.
At Immediate Care Urgent Care of OK, our urgent care centers in OKC have state of the art labs that can help determine if you are suffering from sinusitis or seasonal allergies and treat you for these symptoms to help you feel better. If you suspect you might have something more than just a common cold, come to see our board-certified doctors for a complete examination and diagnosis. Testing is often critical because treatment for bacterial infections is much different than for a viral infection.
Diagnosis is the first critical step to determine the most effective treatment. Is it seasonal allergies, sinusitis, or just a common cold? Below are symptoms to the three most likely causes of your illness.
A sore throat, fever, and body ache often accompany a cold. However, these usually begin to improve after a few days. A stubborn cold that lingers for longer than this may require some additional medication to improve your symptoms. This will make you feel better and speed up your recovery. Our doctors can determine if a prescription is needed to help you recover or to take the edge off of your symptoms. One of the best ways to avoid a cold or the flu is not to get it in the first place. Come to Immediate Care Urgent Care of OK for an annual flu shot. These shots are covered by most major insurances.
When seasonal allergies are the cause, you can expect watery, itchy eyes. Most seasonal allergies are triggered when you are exposed to a specific allergen. Most of the time these are things like the pollen from a particular type of blooming plant. There is no cure for seasonal allergies, so often the best course of action is to avoid what triggers the allergy if possible. If that isn’t practical or your allergies are severe, some over the counter or prescription strength medication may be needed to lessen the symptoms.
If the nasal area is where most of your symptoms are focused, sinusitis is likely the cause. This diagnosis is more likely if you experience painful and swollen feelings radiating from your cheeks to your forehead. Also, your nose will be incredibly stuffy. You could also find colored mucus and be afflicted with a sore throat. These uncomfortable symptoms may last for as long as four weeks without any medical intervention. Come to one of Immediate Care Urgent Care Centers of OK in Oklahoma City so our doctors can diagnose you with sinusitis and prescribe an effective treatment for you.
Another issue that can occur regardless if you are suffering from seasonal allergies or sinusitis is the buildup of earwax. This buildup can cause excruciating pain and can sneak up on you as it develops over a period of time. Do not try to clear out this ear wax yourself when it becomes hardened inside your ear. An injury could occur leading to a variety of hearing problems. Our highly experienced staff can clean out your ear and flush out the excess wax!
Immediate Care Urgent Care of OK has five locations near you with two locations in OKC, and each location is open seven days a week. Come in today and let us help you feel better. No appointment is needed, and we accept most major insurances!
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