Headache In The Area Of the Tip Of The Right Nose And Right Eyebrows?
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Pain in the face and runny nose are the main symptoms of sinusitis. Sinusitis is inflammation of a small cavity around the nose that is connected to each other through the airways in the skull bones, causing a buildup of fluid in the area. Sinusitis can be caused by bending the nasal barrier, allergies, due to drugs, nasal bumps (polyps), tooth and gum disorders, bronchial asthma, history of recurrent respiratory infections, smoking, pollution, decreased body system conditions, and cocaine use.
Symptoms of sinusitis can include nasal congestion, runny nose, facial pain, decreased ability to smell or even disappear, headache, fever, bad breath, weakness, tooth ache, pain or a feeling of fullness in the ears, and coughing. The main principle of handling sinusitis is to remove fluid from the sinuses out of the nasal cavity. If these complaints interfere with your activities, I suggest to consult directly with the ENT specialist doctor so that a thorough examination can be carried out, such as question and answer, examination of vital signs, physical examination such as examination of the oral cavity, nose, ear examination, and additional examinations if necessary such as sinus x-ray photographs, and complete peripheral blood tests so that treatment can be given according to your clinical diagnosis.
The things that you can do now to reduce your complaint are:
- Do not smoke
- Avoiding pollution, can be helped by using masks
- Get enough rest and drink enough water
- Rinse or wash your nose regularly with isotonic salt solution (saline)
If you find the following signs, you should immediately check yourself in the nearest health facility:
- Swelling around the eyes
- Change the position of the eyeball
- Vision becomes double
- Decreased visual acuity
- Severe head pain
- Stiff on the neck
- decreased consciousness
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.