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Can swollen gland (1sided), hot ear/cheek and slight palpitations be symptoms of chronic sinusitus?

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Dr. Srinivas (bobby) Mukkamala
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery

In brief: Not palpitations

The ear and cheek issues are more likely to be acute sinusitis.
Not chronic. Neither should cause heart palpitations unless you are running a fever (>101.5).

In brief: Not palpitations

The ear and cheek issues are more likely to be acute sinusitis.
Not chronic. Neither should cause heart palpitations unless you are running a fever (>101.5).
Dr. Srinivas (bobby) Mukkamala
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