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You've suffered for years from recurring sinus infections. The stuffy nose, bad breath, congestion, pain, and pressure simply don't seem to go away. You're out of options for relief on your own. Time for a change!
Our Sinus Self-Assessment Quiz will help you understand how sinus symptoms are impacting your daily life.Take the Quiz
How do I know if I have Chronic Sinusitis?
Many sinusitis sufferers can be treated with home remedies, such as OTC (over-the-counter) medications. But, if you experience lengthy periods of sinus pain, you may be stuck in a cycle of sinus infection.
When a sinus sufferer experiences four or more episodes of chronic sinus infection in a single year, this is known as recurrent acute sinusitis. By this time in the sinus infection cycle, you may have made multiple trips to the doctor, and been prescribed medications or antibiotics that seem to have little or no effect. You want to achieve long-lasting relief, but you have become frustrated by your painful, recurrent symptoms.
Most cases of acute sinus infection are typically short and persist for less than two weeks. Headaches, pressure, and swelling should be expected as the infection runs its course.
If your condition includes such unpleasant symptoms as fever, nasal discharge, irritated, watery eyes, or a cough that just won’t go away after 30 days, you are likely trapped in a cycle of chronic sinusitis. Here are some typical symptoms:
- Facial pain and pressure
- Headaches and fatigue
- Pain in the upper teeth
- Congestion or stuffy nose
- Nasal Discharge (sometimes thick and yellow-green)
- Bad breath
Has Chronic Sinusitis Been Draining Your Life?
Chronic Sinusitis occurs when your symptoms, which may include infection, hang on for more than 12 weeks.