Can A Sinus Infection Cause Facial Nerve Numbness?

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Symptoms Suggesting a Bacterial Infection

Sinus symptoms are very common during a cold or the flu, but in most cases they are due to the effects of the infecting virus and resolve when the infection does. It is important to differentiate between inflamed sinuses associated with cold or flu virus and sinusitis caused by bacteria.

The signs and symptoms that are associated with the diagnosis of sinusitis include one or two of the following:

  • Nasal congestion and discharge that typically is...
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