With the right antibiotic. But many migraines are misdiagnosed as sinus headaches, when they are really migraines. How do you know that it is a sinus migraine? My severe migraines were first diagnosed as being from a sinus infection which showed up on my CT scan. But the second ENT specialist, my pulmonologist and all three neurologists disagreed since the migraines were too severe. I still have the migraines today (4.5 years later) with no more sinus infection. I took months of antibiotics at the time of the bad diagnosis which I had terrible reactions to two of them. I was so desperate to get rid of the migraines, that I would actually drink the vomit caused by the antibiotic to make sure I got the medicine. It was all a waste.
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