Sinus pressure behind eyes and in temples, post nasal drip but no cough or runny nose. Start of a cold or an could it be an allergy?

Sinus disease. It sounds like you have sinus disease. This could be sinusitis (inflammation or infection of the sinuses), sinus congestion or it could be an early sign of a cold or allergy. You should see your primary doctor or ENT doctor for evaluation. Hope you feel better soon.

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