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Antibiotic sinusitis: It depends on the antibiotics. Different types of antibiotics have different dosages. Each antibiotic has a specific standard dose for a normal size adults and for the type of infection being treated. The most important factor is that the patient takes the full course of antibiotics. For sinusitis the full course is usually at least 10 days for most antibiotics. ...Read more
Acute Sinusitis: Greetings. With an acute infection, medical treatment such as a course of antibiotics, saline nasal irrigation, ibuprophen and a mucus thinner such as Mucinex (guaifenesin) would be my recommendation. It sounds like you are far from a surgical need. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sinusitis: Yes, they can, but are often not the best specialist to see for this illness. If you can see an ENT expert they are frequently more qualified, but yes, a good allergist may often be capable of determining this.. ...Read more
Not really...: Acute sinusitis is due to an infection of your sinuses and your risk for this is not increased by the presence of asthma. However, if you get acute sinusitis, this could lead to an asthma exacerbation so see your doctor for treatment if you develop symptoms of acute sinusitis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have chronic sinusitis on one side and acute sinusitis on the other. The re is a foul odor coming from my nose, especially when draining. What to do?
See an ENT : If you have foul odor coming from the nose then usually you have a serious bacterial sinus infection that needs treatment asap. You can start with neilmed sinus rinses two times a day until you see a nose/sinus specilaist. Once you see the specialist he will treat you with antibiotics and should get a ct scan of your sinuses. Definitive treatment can then be initiated. www.socalsinus.com. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Multiple: Congestion, purulent nasal discharge, facial pain or pressure over frontal or maxillary sinuses. This pain can also be felt around temporal area, and can lead to tooth sensitivity or pain. Fever is somewhat rare. Usually the longer you have had the symptoms, the more likely it is bacterial (vs viral or even plain allergies). ...Read more
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