Chronic sinus infection; Chronic sinusitis
The goal of treatment is to cure the infection and make symptoms go away.
Antibiotics may be given if the infection is caused by bacteria. Antibiotic treatment usually takes 3 to 4 weeks.
Oral decongestants, pills taken by mouth that help relieve a stuffy nose, are sometimes used. Nasal sprays (topical steroids) may help relieve symptoms of chronic sinusitis that are due to allergies.
Full Question: for more than a year i had pain in the back of my head and it turned out to be sinus infection but even with treatment the... Read more »
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