Q: I've been having headaches with facial pain and runny nose or congestion. Are these sinus headaches or migraine?
A: It is quite possible these are migraine. Self-diagnosed sinus headaches are actually migraine according to the American Migraine Foundation. Migraines are commonly associated with pain in the forehead, facial pressure, nasal congestion and a runny nose. Sinus infections normally have additional symptoms, such as fever, pus from the nose, changes in smell or foul-smelling breath. If you do not have any of these symptoms, chances are it is migraine.