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Have sinus infection, chest congestion. Taken corricinen and zicam. Need medication to clear the mucus and congestion. History of heart problems and with pacemaker

i have had a sinus infection and head cold for over a week i have taken corricinen hbp and also zicam and also flonaize but i still have a lot of mucvus and light congestion in my chest what do you recommend me to do aare there anything i can do at home to help mclear this up.i am also a heart patient i have 2 artifical valvesw and a pacemaker.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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HI I have gone through your mail and as you said you are having sinus infection,chest congestion and you re a cardiac patient with pacemaker. After understanding your problem I would like to say that your all problems are interrelated, as sinusitis is a well known disease to give rise to throat infection which if remain untreated may give rise to chest congestion, In your case this chest congestion may also be due to cardiac factor.thus you really need two specialists ( E.N.T. & Cardiologist ) and by the combine efforts of the two your pathology can be worked out than final treatment may be planed.Thanks.
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