Relapse Of Sinusitis Relationship With Back And Chest Pain?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sinus is a cavity found in the skull bones of the head. This function is to make the head cavity lighter, and helps in sound production. When inflammation in this cavity, either caused by bacteria or viruses, the inflammation is called sinusitis.
Regarding your question, sinusitis is centered only on the nose and head. People with sinusitis may experience flu-like symptoms, such as dizziness, runny nose, cough, nasal congestion, runny nose, fever, headache, greenish yellow nasal mucus, sore throat and pain in certain parts of the face when pressed, but will not spread to any part of the face other bodies, such as the back, especially the waist which is quite far away.
So in our opinion, there is a separate condition experienced by your husband, which happens to coincide with or close to the time of the sinusitis condition, or maybe the diagnosis of sinusitis itself is not quite right. Therefore it would be better to check your husband to a general practitioner first so that a thorough examination of his physical condition can be carried out. If there is low back pain, also seen through a urine test for the presence or absence of potential urinary tract infections and kidney stones, then the best treatment is determined.
What is clear, your husband can do at home is to maintain endurance by regular rest, increase consumption of water, avoid smoking and stress, limit physical activity, and take pain relievers sold freely by reading the rules of use listed for complaints of pain that are he felt. So, hopefully answering your question.