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Tired Allergy Sinus
I feel weak and tired can allergies and sinus problems make me feel this way and what can I do to not feel this way?
Yes and much to do!: Chronic allergies symptoms can include not only nasal symptoms but also generalized feelings of fatigue, tiredness, and irritability. The treatment approach is identify and avoid the triggers, medications like antihistamines and prescription nasal corticosteroid sprays and if not controlled, allergy injections. An allergist can assist in a plan to get you back to feeling like yourself! ...Read more
In anatomy, a sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue. Most commonly found in the bones of the face and connecting with the nasal cavities. Sinus (anatomy), description of the general term paranasal sinuses, air cavities in the cranial bones, especially those near the nose, including: the maxillary sinuses, also called the maxillary antra and the largest of the ...Read more
Chronic fatigue no heart issues I do have allergies, sinus problems and asthma should I be worried?
Lymes : Were you checked for lymes disease.Get a more detailed answer ›
I had pink eye from a sinus infection about a month ago, and today I noticed my vision as blurry in that same eye, I have realized that it has been blurry since being sick, but thought it was just tired eyes, or because of allergies. Now I realize my visi
I am having problems with fatigue, clogged sinus on at least one side, ears feel clogged and i'm sorta confused and clumsy at times. Sinus or allergie?
Get checked by: Your physician. S/he will be able to determine if you need to see an ENT specialist or an allergist. Take care. ...Read more
Challenging: Sinus problems can include infections (acute or chronic) and chronic inflammation that can be aggravated by allergies. Sinus problems can also stem from nasal polyps, anatomical issues (deviated septum or adenoid swelling). An allergist and/or ENT can assist in unraveling the two conditions and frequently they overlap. ...Read more
Yes: Alcohol causes nasal congestion by a different mechanism than an allergic one. Perhaps that's a good thing; i've yet to meet someone truly allergic to alcohol. Unfortunately it means that allergy & alcohol ingestion work together to make your stuffy nose & sinuses even worse than ether one alone. You probably won't get much enjoyment from alcohol when sinus or nasal allergies are acting up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Either: Toothache is not expected in allergic rhinitis or sinusitis. On very rarely occasions, the tooth may be infected if the infection in the maxillary sinus erodes the bony floor of the sinus and gets into the root of the tooth. Toothache will not get better if the tooth is decaying and may often throb. Throbbing is also not expected with any ache associated with nasal or sinus issues. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not easy: Sinus problem is a vague term and may mean headache, pressure, or congestion. Allergies often cause nasal congestion and congestion in the sinuses as well. In fact, the world allergy association would like to use the term allergy rhinosinusitis to denote the connection. See an allergist ...Read more
Sinus/allergy: Hello. You pose a good question. My thoughts are that you have developed allergies and now they are creating inflammation and swelling in the narrow areas that sinuses open into your nose. The lining within the nose continues right into the sinuses. You may be exposed to allergy triggers and not even know which ones they are. Get allergy tested. See your ENT doctor who can help with sinus disease. ...Read more
No: Keratoconjunctivitis sicca is usually due to inadequate tear production from lacrimal hyposecretion or to excessive tear evaporation. Allergic conjunctivitis usually presents with eye itching and watering. Aging is one of the most common causes of dry eyes because tear production decreases with age. Certain medications and contact lenses have also been implicated. ...Read more
Probably not: The usual symptoms of a nut allergy are hives, itching, swelling, vomiting, diarrhea, respiratory (lung) symptoms or even anaphylaxis. Pain and sinus congestion are usually related to airborne allergens such as pollen, mold, dander, etc. An allergist can assist in defining if food or environmental allergies are present. ...Read more
What do doctors think is the top OTC med for me to buy to help my severe sinus and allergy condition?
Several choices: Available otc medications for allergy that are effective without drowsy side effects are claritin, (loratadine) zyrtec and allegra. For the person with sinus congestion, each of these has a preparation combined with the decongestant Pseudoephedrine (sudafed). These combination products are: Claritin (loratadine) d, zyrtec d and Allegra d. If symptoms are not controlled, an allergist can assist in more effective therapy. ...Read more
Can having allergies/sinus complications alterate vision -- then why do all my doctors say otherwise if yes?
How do I know if allergies or structural problems are causing my sinus problems? Can treating one help with the other?
See an ENT doctor: See an ENT doctor and an examination should be able to give you the answer. ...Read more
I have had sinus problems for over a year its not allergies either and it won't go away what could be wrong what is this?
See allergist?: Allergic rhinitis is often linked to sinusitis but you need a CT sinus to find out if there is sinusitis present and whether there is a drainage issue. If you don't have any nasal or sinus obstruction at all, then you may need an immune evaluation to look for immune impairment. If the sinus opening is obstructed anatomically, then you need to see an ENT doctor to fix it. ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more