Symptoms

Acute sinusitis causes pain over the affected sinus, usually the cheek, or on one side of the forehead, a blocked nose and/or a discharge, feeling unwell, and a temperature. Facial pain alone without any nasal symptoms is rarely due to sinus disease and is often caused by other types of pain such as midfacial segment pain, tension-type headaches, migraine, dental pain, or trigeminal neuralgia.

Sinusitis is chronic when the symptoms have persisted for longer than three months. The features are mainly of nasal congestion, and there is a mucky nasal discharge that is often painless in a patient who feels quite well.

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