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Sinus pain, congestion, pressure , headache, dizziness, taken antibiotic

After two weeks of sinus pain, congestion, pressure , headache , dizzines and foggy head, my Doc prescribed antibiotics for a sinus infection 4 days ago. The headache is better, but the pressure is still there as are the feelings of dizziness and confusion . There is now some drainage, but not much. Should I be concerned about anything else? How long before the sinus infection whould be clear?
Asked On : Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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It seems from the history that you are having headache dizziness sinus pain....
These symptoms are because of sinusitis and since you are on treatment with antibiotics for sinusitis you will be fine no need to worry.
Sinusitis will take at least 5-7 days to respond .
Hence wait till 1 week and if still not responding need to change antibiotics.

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Answered: Wed, 26 Mar 2014
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