Can Sinusitis Affect Pain In The Eyes, Head And Teeth?
Hello, I am 21 years old and I have a small sinusitis. And lately he recurs almost every morning and night. It feels painful, my head is dizzy and very heavy. To walk feels like spinning. In the past I had also been exposed to a min of 1/2. But it has healed, until now it’s safe. But this end is often blurred my eyes feel often painful, heavy, and hot. But if not in the condition of sinusitis recurrence, he is okay. Does it hurt in my eyes due to sinusitis? And several times my teeth also experience pain every time a relapse, is it because of Sinus too? And how to reduce handling? And is it true that sufferers of sinusitis are not good in consuming processed milk? What foods and snacks are suitable for consumption of sinusitis sufferers
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First of all, I want to confirm in advance, is this sinusitis diagnosis made by a doctor who examines you directly or you make it yourself? What symptoms are you experiencing exactly?
Basically sinusitis can indeed cause symptoms such as headaches, eye pain and can even cause vision problems, and also pain in the teeth. Other symptoms that can also be found include ear pain, jaw pain, weakness and tiredness, bad breath, chronic cough, etc. However, the main symptoms of sinusitis must still be present, for example, the discharge of thick yellowish or greenish mucus from the nose, the mucus flowing behind the throat, nasal congestion, pain in the face (in the forehead of the upper part of the eye, at the base of the nose between the two eyes, in the nose cheek at the bottom of the eye), olfactory disorders (including smell bad).
If you do experience these symptoms, you should immediately conduct an examination to the ENT doctor. ENT doctors can perform certain tests (such as nasoendoscopy, CT scan, or examination of nasal secretions) to confirm the diagnosis and determine the right therapy for you. Consumption of milk and its preparations is not prohibited for people with sinusitis, unless you suffer from an allergy to cow's milk protein. Some things you can do to help reduce your symptoms:
consumption of pain relievers such as paracetamol to reduce the discomfort you feel
install air humidifiers in your workspace or bedroom
Rinse the nose with saline
compress the painful part on the face with a warm compress
Doing the things above will not really cure your symptoms if your sinusitis is not really cured. therefore a doctor's examination is still recommended to be done.
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