Sinus Infection = Headache, Sinus Pain, Nosebleed as a Symptom for Seasonal Allergies (Hayfever)

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Sinus Infection = Headache, Sinus Pain, Nosebleed

A Sinus Infection, also known as sinusitis, refers to inflammation of the sinuses that occurs with a viral, bacterial, or fungal infection. A sinus infection can cause: bad breath or loss of smell; cough, often worse at night; fatigue and generally not feeling well; fever; headache, pressure-like pain, pain behind the eyes, toothache, or facial tenderness; nasal congestion and discharge; sore throat and postnasal drip.

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Has happened but not too often thankfully, No nosebleed ever though, some sinus and rarely a headache or am I just used to it?5/27/2013 at 08:35 PM
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headache and sinus pain only during the first three days12/24/2011 at 11:32 AM
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