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Can polysinusitis cause cough and temperature for the long time (longer than one month)?

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Dr. Katharine Garnier
Family Medicine
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In brief: Unlikely

To be considered a temperature is needs to be over 100.
5, if you have had a fever for more than a month, you need to be seen by a physician, and reevaluated if you have already seen one. Pansinusitis, especially if treated, should not cause a fever for this long. You need a thorough work up for other possible causes of your fever. Coughing from it for that long is possible, but not a fever.

In brief: Unlikely

To be considered a temperature is needs to be over 100.
5, if you have had a fever for more than a month, you need to be seen by a physician, and reevaluated if you have already seen one. Pansinusitis, especially if treated, should not cause a fever for this long. You need a thorough work up for other possible causes of your fever. Coughing from it for that long is possible, but not a fever.
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