Microbial Allergy

Microbial allergy: A misguided reaction to foreign substances by the immune system, the body system of defense against foreign invaders, particularly pathogenic microorganisms, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, worms, virus and even infectious proteins called prions. The allergies can cause bacterial infections including sinusitis whereas many sinusitis infections are viral and resolve on their own; which cannot be treated with the antibiotics. However, the bacterial sinus infections may require antibiotics to get better. The symptoms of sinusitis can include nasal drainage or congestion, lessened ability to smell, facial pressure, fever, fatigue disorders, cough, and ear pressure. People with these symptoms may have a bacterial infection. Many antibiotics are highly effective against bacterial sinusitis, wiping out the infection.

  • Bacterial allergy
  • MRSA infection
  • Fungal allergy
  • Rare allergic diseases
  • Airborne allergy
  • Fungal sinusitis allergy & rhinosinusitis
  • Viral infections and allergic diseases

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