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Symptoms Of Sinusitis

Sinusitis is a sinus infection characterized by the inflammation of the sinuses. Post-nasal drips, halitosis, fever, tiredness, and cough are common symptoms of sinusitis. Chronic sinusitis cause symptoms such as headache, ear pain, soreness in the throat and jaw, and tenderness over the face. Nasal decongestants and steroid nasal sprays help relieve symptoms of sinusitis.

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What is the cause of my daughter's recurring headaches?

Query: Hi doctor, My daughter is 20 years old and studying in a hostel. For the last one month, she is suffering from a headache. After taking painkiller it subsides and again it stars on the next day. So after three days, I consulted an ENT doctor, after examining and taking X-ray, he diagnosed it as sinu...  Read Full »

Dr. Dheeraj Kumar Jonnalagadda

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Headache can be of many reasons but while pertaining it to ENT, it is mostly due to sinusitis. For declaring the headache due to sinusitis you should have got a nasal diagnostic endoscopy done by an ENT surgeon or should get a CT scan of the paranasal sinus. X-rays are ...  Read Full »

When will I get my sense of smell back after chronic sinusitis?

Query: Hello doctor, I have had symptoms of chronic sinusitis. My symptoms were congestion, weak sense of smell, post nasal drip, and severe pain. I have been using Budesonide rinses twice daily and all my symptoms are gone except weak sense of smell. Will my sense of smell come back? Thank you.  Read Full »

Dr. Alok Rathi

Answer: Hi, Welcome to The sense of smell is felt only when the olfactory nerve endings sitting at the top of the nose are accessible and receive aromatic vapors from the air we breathe. In Chronic rhinosinusitis, the anatomical changes in the nose can affect the air reaching the top, which i...  Read Full »

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