A 36-year-old female asked:
Ethmoid sinusitis and mild mucus in frontal and sphenoid . how can i treat it. is this serious. mri findings. eye head hurt. eye dr says eye is fine. ?
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Dr. Andrew Doeanswered
Radiology - Interventional 22 years experience
Standard medicines: You likely have an acute (active) sinusitis. You can use over the counter medicine to treat it. Consult with your pharmacist to see what your options are (make sure to tell him your allergies, etc). If it does not improve (or gets worse) in a few days, go see your primary doctor.
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Dr. William Bettsanswered
35 years experience
Sinusitis: Sinusitis is common in certain areas of the country with high allergens. Most acute sinusitises are treated by primary care only when the patient deteriorates or continues to have symtoms are they referred to ent. Is sounds like you may have some chronic sinus problems and may benefit by a referral to ent.
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Last updated Feb 26, 2013
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