trouble with sinus pain? It could be Sinusitis.
You may have sinus trouble for a number
of reasons. Sinusitis occurs when the
mucous membranes lining the facial sinuses become inflamed.
This inflammation is often caused by a bacterial infection,
although viruses, fungi, allergies and air pollution
can also cause irritation.
lot of people mistake a particularly bad cold for sinusitis.
Many of the symptoms are the same, including headache
or face pain, a nasty runny nose and nasal congestion.
If you have allergies, asthma, physical abnormalities
in the nose or sinuses, or a compromised immune system,
you are at greater risk.
symptoms of sinusitis include:
of the face
(particularly under the eyes
or at the bridge of the nose)
in the teeth
can be accompanied by any combination of symptoms. For
example, you may have tenderness in the face without
fever or coughing. Let us know if we can help you.