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Severe Sinus Infection Symptoms

PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:11 am
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Sinusitis Vision Problems - Severe Sinus Infection Symptoms - How To Manage Severe Sinus Infection Symptoms

Severe Sinus infection symptoms affect our quality of life very badly. Even though we get a sinus attack one time or the other, acute and chronic sinus attacks of the more severe kind, should be treated early. Known as sinusitis, this infection causes severe inflammation to the sinuses, which are hollow cavities in the bones around the nose. When anyone suffers from fungal or viral infections like hay fever, rhinitis, etc. the sinuses are in flamed. Air and mucus may get blocked in the inflamed sinuses, causing severe pain and discomfort.

Treatments The most common treatments for severe sinus infection treatment are saline nasal rinses, antihistamines, topical or oral decongestants, intranasal corticosteroids and mucolytic agents. Some severe sinus infections may require surgery. Functional endoscopic sinus surgery is done for enlarging the sinus openings to allow drainage. Penetration into the world of Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery proved to be our idea in this article. Read the article and see if we have succeeded in this or not! :)

Taking a doctor's advice before using any of the over-the-counter drugs is a good idea for treating severe sinus infection symptoms. Though pain killers and decongestants provide relief to a certain extent, a more professional treatment with antibiotics and even steroids may be needed. Mostly, severe sinus infection symptoms may occur due to some other reason. They are asthma, fungi, allergic rhinitis, cystic fibrosis, primary immune deficiency, HIV, etc. In these cases, infections should be treated first.

The severe sinus infection symptoms are pain in the head, ear, or neck; headaches early in the morning; pain in the upper jaw, cheeks, and teeth; swelling around the nasal area; stuffy nose; pain between the eyes; loss of smell and taste. In some cases there could be severe cough, and runny nose, fever, weakness and tiredness. Very rarely, acute sinusitis can lead to infection in the brain or some other complication. Too much discharge in yellow or green is a cause for concern. When the fever remains above one hundred and two degrees Fahrenheit, for more than two days and if there is a lack of responses to the prescribed medications these are indicators of a bigger problem. Pain and swelling around the eyes indicates that the infection has spread to the eyes. Ignoring these severe sinus infection symptoms may lead to further complications. We consider that we have only touched the perimeter of information available on Chronic Sinus. There is still a lot more to be learnt!


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