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Symptons of sinius infection?

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Inactive 30 Dec 2012


Alternative Names: Acute sinusitis; Sinus infection; Sinusitis - acute; Sinusitis - chronic; Rhinosinusitis

Sinusitis Symptoms

The classic symptoms of acute sinusitis in adults usually follow a cold that does not improve, or one that worsens after 5 - 7 days of symptoms. Symptoms include:

Bad breath or loss of smell
Cough, often worse at night
Fatigue and generally not feeling well
Headache -- pressure-like pain, pain behind the eyes, toothache, or facial tenderness
Nasal congestion and discharge
Sore throat and postnasal drip
Symptoms of chronic sinusitis are the same as those of acute sinusitis, but tend to be milder and last longer than 12 weeks.

Symptoms of sinusitis in children include:

Cold or respiratory illness that has been improving and then begins to get worse
High fever, along with a darkened nasal discharge, for at least 3 days
Nasal discharge, with or without a cough, that has been present for more than 10 days and is not improving

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Inactive 31 Dec 2012

Constant presure behind eyes & fore head unbearable pain wen
Bending over & if not treated it will spread into cheek bones , jaw bones &
Into gum line which
Will make you want to knock out all your teeth with a hammer to stop the pain. Will only get worse untreated. I use nedi salt water rinse everyday to
Try to avoid infections getting worse. Can be found at any pharmacy. It's only salt water rinse but works miracles after I lost most of inside of nose to cancer. Keeps everything bacteria free free discount card

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