I Get Red Cheeks And A Warm Face Mostly At Night. I Also Have A Headache A Lot. Is This My Sinuses? Should I See A Doctor?

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Asked by Sue Robinson

I Get Red Cheeks And A Warm Face Mostly At Night. I Also Have A Headache A Lot. Is This My Sinuses? Should I See A Doctor?

I get red cheeks and a warm face, mostly at night. I also have a headache a lot. Is this my sinuses? Should I see a doctor?

Answer

Sue,

The symptoms you list can be from a variety of conditions, from a minor cold to allergies. How long have they been going on? I see that you posted in January, so have the symptoms lessened any since then? Hopefully you are feeling better, but if you are not, please know that I am not a physician and can't diagnose you over the internet. Yes, you shoudl visit a doctor if the symptoms still persist.

If you did visit a doctor, please let us know what you learned and how you are doing!

Best of luck,

James

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