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What are the symptoms of a severe chronic sinus infection? Headaches, tingling and lightheadedness

What are the symptoms of a severe chronic sinus infection? I have bad headaches on one side of head that are in the front above eyebrow into cheek and behind nose along with tingling in cheek. The headaches also occasionally are in back of head. Along with the headache/pressure I am lightheaded, body aches and heart feels racy on occasion.
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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in chronic sinusitis patient usually have recurrent nasal discharge may be mucoid or mucoprulent, nasal obstruction,headech,malase,sometimes coughing,fever and facial pain.These symtoms are more on mornning hrs and patient gets better in afternoon.As far as your problum is concern you are likely to have sinusitis so please go for CTScan paranasal sinuses to confirm only than it can be managed properly.
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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