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I had a bad sinus infection that cleared up. Now I have very bad dull pain on back of tongue and underside of neck. Hurts to swallow. What is it?

Glands. The sinus infection may have cleared up you sinuses. But your glands aid in helping. It sounds like your glands have become infected/inflamed . See you doctor. Read more...
See physician. You may need antibiotics to totally clear this infection up. It is traveling to other glands in your head & neck. Please call your doctor tomorrow for a check up. Take care... Read more...
Lymph node? You may have a lymph node that is involved due to your sinus infection. The pain upon swallowing, and the pain at the rear of the tongue may both be related to a node, or nodes. Did you take antibiotics for the infection? If not, you may need some; if your did, you may need a longer course of them. Read more...

Eyes have sharp pain when moving them. The pain is in the back of the eyes. Both are sore and no sign of sinus infection.?

Dry eyes. Although there are numerous possible causes of eye pain, the most common and likely is dry eyes. Pain in the eye is poorly localized. It is simple enough to try otc artificial tears 4x/day. If no improvement, you will need to see your doctor. Read more...
Vision/orbit probs. In this situation, it is possible your vision may be straining causing pain over time. However, i would recommend ruling out something more serious with an MRI or ct scan. Read more...

I suffered a sinus infection 2 weeks ago with a sore throat. Now I have another battle with a sore throat, except now it's only one side of my throat?

Can still happen. and can still be viral, not sure if you received any antibiotic treatment in the first episode. Salt water gargles, saline nasal washes, rest and pain killers would help, if no improvement, you want to see your doctor for possible need of Rx meds, best wishes. Read more...

Doc gave me meds for sinus infection, the congestion is going away. But my throat is extremely sore and has pus on it now, should I go back in?

Yes. If you have a new finding like an increase in pus or exudate on your tonsils while on antibiotics, you should be re evaluated, if possible by the same provider who saw you originally. Read more...