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I'm a respiratory infection for a few days now and besides the runny nose and head ache I am having a very annoying cough accompanied by chest pain.

Chest pain. A persistent cough can cause chest pain. If persists, or worsens, i would go see your doctor. Read more...
Not just 1. Thing to do here. For a patient of mine i would suggest over-the-counter plain Claritin or zyrtec (not with the"d") for the runny nose. 100% avoidance of all (all) milk products. The chest pain is likely from the coughing. If not allergic to it depending on patient size i recommend 1-2 advil + 1 tylenol (acetaminophen) for a patient of mine. As you know, i cannot make such medical recommendations for you. Read more...

Is it possible to have maxillary sinusitis without any other symptoms other than horrible jaw pain and not have a tooth infection?

Very much so. The scenario can be just as you describe. If you are a smoker it is more likely to happen. The most common is not to have a tooth infection. Antibiotics are usually required. See your doctor to be treated immediately. Read more...
Yes, it is possible. Sinusitis, is an inflammation of the sinuses and nasal passages. It is certainly possible that an infected tooth, usually the first maxillary molar, can cause a sinusitis. Both infections are treatable with a predictable positive outcome. Hope it helps. Read more...
Yup. Has happened to me personally during allergy season. Not uncommon at all. Read more...