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Sinus Infection

Also called: Sinusitis

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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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I do have this symptoms occasionally with some serious pain in my gums and then it disappears, I consulted my Doctor about this and he told me to...
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I can't examine you, so I have no way of confirming or disputing the diagnosis, but there is a sinus (mastoid sinus) located behind both ears...
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Not enough information....Rather than spend your time in self-diagnosis from the flu to reasons for your head pain (like sinusitis), it may be more...
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Sometimes.  The nasolacrimal duct connects the eye to the nose, and of course, the nose is connected to the paranasal sinuses. An infection in...
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If the cough is caused by post-nasal drainage from your sinusitis, you can try taking a long acting antihistamine (Claritin or Zyrtec) to dry up some...
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Cefdinir should be "out of your system" in a day or so....relatively fast, but that does not mean your diarrhea (assuming it was caused by...
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There is really no "average time". Most people with sinusitis do not have any loss of taste or smell, but for those that do, it can take...
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Yes....having sex is safe. Allergic reactions are not transmitted that way.
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