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Suffering with cold, hear sounds from sinuses on lying down causing discomfort in sleeping. Treatment required?

I have a cold and for the first time ever, when I lay down, with my head on 2 pillows for the stuffiness, I am hearing sounds in my sinuses. THey sound like clicks, air popping and bubbles - almost like dolphin or underwater sounds. I am a scubadiver. But these sounds just started this week as I came down with this flu What can I do as the sinus sounds in my front part of my head are keeping me awaka at night? Should I see an ENT specialist? Could this also be related to recent nasal snoring - I don t snore through my nose, as my mouth is closed.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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HI you may suffering with rhino-sinusitis that means nose and sinus infection
in this infection cold fever sneezing sever headache seen
so you need antibiotics and other medicines to relieve other symptoms
so you consult ENT specialist immediately
thank you
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