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Are joint pain and clicking linked to pantoprazole or sinusitis?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Michele Arnold
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: No
Pantoprazole is not known for causing joint pain as a side-effect.
Sinusitis can be linked to joint pain (more commnly muscle aches) if you have a virus, but is short-lived. The most common virus that is associated with joint pain is parvovirus.

In brief: No
Pantoprazole is not known for causing joint pain as a side-effect.
Sinusitis can be linked to joint pain (more commnly muscle aches) if you have a virus, but is short-lived. The most common virus that is associated with joint pain is parvovirus.
Dr. Michele Arnold
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Dr. Bernstein Joel
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: Not to sinusitis
Joint pain and clicking are related to jaw joint disease and not to sinus infection.
No relation.

In brief: Not to sinusitis
Joint pain and clicking are related to jaw joint disease and not to sinus infection.
No relation.
Dr. Bernstein Joel
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Dr. Douglas Mund
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
In brief: Maybe
It is very hard to answer this question in a simple manner. Generally the answer would be no but there are certain conditions, including some serious ones that could link sinus disease and joint pain.
One in particular, called wegener's granulomatosis can link the two although there may be many other features present in this disease as well.

In brief: Maybe
It is very hard to answer this question in a simple manner. Generally the answer would be no but there are certain conditions, including some serious ones that could link sinus disease and joint pain.
One in particular, called wegener's granulomatosis can link the two although there may be many other features present in this disease as well.
Dr. Douglas Mund
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