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I always get lower back ache with a sinus infection, why?

Backache. There are several reasons that this could be the case. That part of of your back could always be in a state of sub acute inflammation and when you get sick it could be affected more easily than the rest of your body just as when you get muscle/joint aches in a fever. The inflammation in the back is usually due to weak core muscles, incorrect posture, etc. Read more...

Shortness if breath upper back pain tightness in chest fighting a sinus infection. Also haven't felt like this since the last time I had bronchitis?

Needs treatment. Have you been on antibiotics yet? If it feels like there are problems with your chest, i would get checked out to make sure it's not more that just the sinuses. Maybe it is bronchitis or a viral chest infection (cold). Read more...