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Experiencing pain in the frontal sinus, associated with excretion of mucus. Had erythromycin and antihistamine. What treatment should be done?

For last many years I was experiencing pain in the frontal sinus once on the left side and on the next day on the right side once in a weekI. The pain was associated with excretion of mucus . I had erythromycin and antihistamine which did not yield any significant relief. Thereafter I started haveing pain in the frontal sinus in the morning after I woke up.. PNS X Ray did not reveal sinusitis . The doctor prescribed Telecast L. After having taken it for 45 days I am feeling better and the frontal sinus pain has reduced and it frquency has also reduced. However, I am still having pain in the left side and right side of frontal sinus once in a week though the pain is not severe. I feel my nose and eyelid are slao swollen. Please advise.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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Dear mklc

Could you please tell me if the pain gets worse on taking citrus or lemon juices? it is possible that one of your mucus glands are affected. But as i have very limited information i cannot be sure. if you can give me more information regarding your problem maybe i would be of better help. Have you ever had this problem in the past? what is your age and gender? Does the pain get worse on eating? does the pain radiate anywhere else? is it a problem for you to comb your hair?

I am sorry i am of little help, but if you can share more information with me i will try my best to help you.

Take care
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