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What's the characters of headache caused by chronic sinusitis? no pain or pressure around nose but having continuous pressure in my forehead

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Dr. Lori Semel answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

Sinuses: There are two sets of sinuses. One set is called the frontal sinuses and they are located on your forehead where your pressure is. The other sinuses are next to your nose, these are called maxillary sinuses. I would definitely be evaluated for a possible frontal sinusitis.

Answered 8/4/2014

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Could be sinusitis: Frontal headaches are commonly seen with sinusitis, but can also occur with allergies and colds.

Answered 9/29/2016

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Facial pain: You have sinuses directly behind your forehead, your nose, and your cheeks. Pain in those areas often worsened by looking at the ground can be symptoms of sinusitis.

Answered 8/4/2014

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