I'm having polyp in my left maxillary sinus and bilateral sphenoid sinus. Dont have any problem in nose or breathing but have continuous head heavyness?

Sinusitis . Sinusitis or inflammation of the sinuses can cause head heaviness. Sometimes the sphenoid sinus infection can be caused by allergies and difficult to threat. Infection can develop when there is blockage of the sinus passage ways. It is important to maintain a follow-up visit with an ears nose and throat physician or otolaryngologist to monitor your symptoms.

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I have polyp in left maxillary and bilateral sphenoid sinus. I want to ask that does this sphenoid sinus results due to poly? Taking Xyzal-m nd Nasonex (mometasone)?

Please rephrase. You apparently suffer from nasal polyposis. I am not clear about what you are asking- please revise your question. Read more...
Nasal/sinus Polyposi. Hello. I think you are asking if the polyps within the maxillary and sphenoid sinuses are due to the medications Xyzal and Nasonex. The answer is no, the polyps do not arise from using these medications. In fact both are helpful to reduce the polyp burden within the nose and sinuses. I’m assuming you have had an imaging study to identify these polyps. See your ENT for further evaluation. . Read more...
Confusing post. Are you asking if the polyps cause sphenoid SINUSITIS, an infection ? The post says sphenoid sinus, but does not make this clear and it otherwise makes little sense. . Read more...

I had severe rightsided facial pain with upper toothache. MRI of head shows hypoplastic left maxillary sinus. Did this cause my pain and what is it?

Hypoplasia. Incomplete development or underdevelopment of an organ or tissue. That's what hypoplasia is. It is doubtful that is would cause severe pain, especially on the opposite side of your face. Did you get your teeth thoroughly examined? If not, now is the time to do so. Read more...
See OFP expert. Orofacial Pain provides diagnosis and management of pain in the face, mouth (gums, teeth, tongue, etc), TMJ, head, as well as, associated headaches and neck pain. They are the experts in this field. Good luck. Read more...
No. The hypoplastic sinus is unrelated to your pain. Could be TMJ or a dental abscess. See oral surgeon for diagnosis. If TMJ, see TMJ expert. Read more...