Acute sinusitis is a common inflammatory condition characterized by the swelling and infection of the sinus cavities. It occurs when the nasal passages and sinuses become blocked due to the accumulation of mucus and fluid, leading to the growth of bacteria or viruses. This condition often occurs as a result of a cold or respiratory infection.
Acute sinusitis : Everything you need to know
People with acute sinusitis typically experience symptoms such as facial pain or pressure, nasal congestion, headache, loss of smell, coughing, and fatigue. In some cases, fever and dental pain may also be present.
Treatment for acute sinusitis usually involves managing the symptoms and addressing the underlying cause. This may include using over-the-counter pain relievers, decongestants, nasal saline rinse, and applying warm compresses. Antibiotics may be prescribed if the condition is caused by bacteria.
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It is important to seek prompt medical attention if symptoms worsen or persist for more than a few weeks. Although acute sinusitis is usually a temporary condition, it can lead to complications if left untreated or if there are underlying health conditions.
The general symptoms of Acute Sinusitis include:
- Nasal congestion
- Facial pain or pressure
- Sore throat
- Bad breath