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Have headache, cold, packed sinus, ringing and popping in ears and unable to smell. Cure?

Have a pretty good head cold sinuses are packed . Started in my chest . Still there but not as bad. Can t taste anything smell and today I noticed the constant smell of bleach. But I can t smell anything else. And there s this non stop ringing in both ears that s so bad it makes the headache worse also the right ear is popping and crackling and its painful . But no fever
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Congestion of the nose and infection of the sinuses can result in decreased ability to smell, headache and tinnitus.
Tinnitus is the abnormal noise that you are hearing in your ears. There are many different possible causes for tinnitus but in your case, it is most likely due to your present illness and should resolve as the symptoms are treated.

Treatment would involve the use of decongestants, antihistamines, pain medication for the headache and possibly antibiotics.
The decongestants can be oral or topical. Oral decongestants would commonly be combined with the antihistamines.

If the use of the antihistamines and decongestants are not helpful then your doctor may decide that antibiotics are necessary.

I hope this helps
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