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What are the symptoms of sinusitis?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

The symptoms of sinusitis include the nose draining a thick, yellow or green discharge. Sometimes this discharge drains downward into the rear of the throat. Nasal congestion, headache, tenderness, sore throat, ear pain, fever, irritability, throbbing face pain, and coughs that get worse during the night are additional symptoms of sinusitis. Your eyes and your face may also feel or appear swollen.

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