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Sinus Infection

Also called: Sinusitis

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Could be. I strongly advise you to go to your Doctor.
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you need to visit your physician or call him  he might prescribe antibiotics
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What I've just found is that Loridtine taking daily for allergies is causing bladder issues. (that's another name for Claritin)
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Absolutely not! You must take your anti-biotics to rid yourself of the Sinus Infection before having ANY work done on your mouth. It is even...
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Hi Try these links there must be something that should help. http://health.thefuntimesguide.com/2010/08/clogged_ear.php The garlic ear drops, try...
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Each immunity and vaccine last for certain year in your body. 20 year is max length. if it is expired, you need to renew it by getting a shot or be...
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Hi So you not happy spraying saline water up your nose,.So have a look at the Neti pot there used for clearing up sinus problems, just like you have...
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If you are prescribed an ORAL antibiotic for your sinus infection, it will sometimes help conjunctivitis as well, but most of the time, medical...
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The response to treatment is very individualized. Depending on the severity of the sinusitis, the accuracy of the diagnosis, the choice/dosage of...
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Normal? No. Can it happen? Yes. Depending on the pathogen that is causing your sinus infection (most are viral, some are mycoplama, and some are...
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Most sinus infections are viral and do not require any antibiotics. For the few that are bacterial, amoxillin at an appropriate dose or an...
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When I was Pregnant my doctor told me no, so I don't recommend it. They told me to take Robetession DM or Tylenol Cold.
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Absolutely. Your body is trying to fight off a virus or bacterial infection and it takes a lot of energy to wage that war. You'll feel exhausted...
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Hi I would have thought you would be on antibiotic and a decongestant, but he's your doctor. Drinks for your throat I would have thought honey...
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Infections are known to cause blood pressure changes, so it would be possible that a severe sinus infection could do the same.
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