Is dizziness or lightheadedness a symptom of sinusitis?

Certainly could be. Since sinusitis can affect the eustachian tube which connects to ear, these symptoms are not unusual for a sinus infection.
No. Those symptoms aren't related to sinusitis, it may be your inner ear, an ENT specialist would help sorting it out, good luck.

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