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Headache, dizziness, watery discharge from nose, on antibiotic, not curing. Sinusitis?

i m suffering from mild headache,dizziness, watery discharge from nose if i blow and very low fever. Are these symptoms of sinusitis.
I m suffering these frequently every once or twice in a month.I m taking antibiotics it will releave after 2 to 3 days but again occuring. What actually is disease , and how can i get permanent cure ?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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Sinuses are small air-filled spaces in the skull that are ventilated through small openings situated in our nostril. When these openings get blocked, the sinuses tend to start secreting mucus and eventually get infected. Recurrent sinusitis maybe due to many causes like deviated nasal septum or polyp or allergies etc. These need to be investigated. There can be a permanent cure in many causes. It will depend on the cause of your recurrence. To start with, an x-ray sinus will be useful to the doctor to find out the cause. Visit an ENT surgeon at the earliest.

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Dr A Rao
Answered: Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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