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Fungal Sinus Infection and Chronic Sinus Infections

Fungal Sinus Infection and Chronic Sinus Infections
by john_Z97 » Thu Sep 29, 2016 2:45 am

Fungal Sinus Infection - Chronic Sinus Infections - Fungus May be to Blame

Health experts estimate that 37 million Americans are affected by sinus infections every year. In fact, health care providers report nearly 32 million cases of chronic sinus infections to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention annually.

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This was a complete departure from the commonly held belief that bacteria was responsible for most cases of chronic sinusitis. The normal course of home remedies for sinus pressure by doctors historically and today is to prescribe antibiotics. Since antibiotics do not work against fungus, treating a fungal sinus infection with antibiotics will not be effective.

There are four different sets of sinus cavities and any one of these cavities has the potential to become infected. These moist sinus cavities can literally become a breeding ground for bacteria, viruses or fungus. Enhancing your vocabulary my ear is ringing with the writing of this article on Silver Sinus. We have used new and interesting words to achieve this.


Your doctor can diagnose sinusitis by listening to your symptoms, doing a physical examination, taking X-rays, and if necessary, an MRI or CT scan (magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography). Using our imagination has helped us create a wonderful article on Sinus Infection Antibiotics. Being imaginative is indeed very important when writing about Sinus Infection Antibiotics! :D.

1999, the Mayo Clinic Did a Major Study of Patients With Chronic Sinus Infections

The Mayo Clinic study found that fungus is likely the cause of nearly all cases of chronic sinusitis. Aiming high is our motto when writing about any topic. In this way, we tend to add whatever matter there is about Sinuses, rather than drop any topic. :D.


Common sinus infection symptoms can include facial pains, tenderness of the sinus areas, headaches, nasal drainage that is thick and colored, sore throat and many other symptoms. Suppressing our knowledge on Sinus Infection Treatment is not our intention here. In fact, augustana college everyone know more about Sinus Infection Treatment after reading this! :roll:

Sinusitis is the proper medical term that is used piriform sinus infection. Sinuses are spaces in our bones that are filled with air. This sinuses are located between our eyes. When you suffer from a sinus infection, your sinuses become infected or inflamed. Because when you suffer from a sinus infection, your sinus openings may be clogged, bacteria can also get trapped.

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There are Many Symptoms for the Acute Type of Sinus Infection

Headaches, the congestion of your nose or pain in the face can all be symptoms of a sinus infection. Some sinus infection symptoms that you might have could also depend on which sinus is affected. If the sinus infection has affected the frontal sinuses, then you will experience pain in your forehead, as a sinus infection symptom. This pain will also get even worse if you try to lay on your back. Maxillary sinusitis is another type of sinus infection that will have particular symptoms. You will feel pain in your cheeks and especially under your eyes if you have this particular sinus infection. :evil:

  • To diagnose a sinus infection at it' s beginnings can be a difficult thing, because a sinus infection at this point will be very similar to a cold.
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So as You can See, There can be Two Cause of a Sinus Infection: a Virus or a Bacteria

However, both bacteria and viruses together can cause a sinus infection. A sinus infection can be of two type: acute or chronic. When you have a sinus infection many times each year and the period of this sinus infection is long, then you have the chronic type of sinus infection. On the other hand, if you have a sinus infection less than three times every year and the duartion of the sinus infection is smaller then one month, then you probably are suffering from the acute form of sinus infection. The acute form of a sinus infection, acute sinusitis is a very common illness. This type of sinus infection is the result of an infection in the upper part of your respiratory system. The inflammation of the sinus, which can lead to a sinus infection can be triggered by many different factors. Some of these sinus infection factors are: - an infection with a virus, like the cold; - allergies and pollutants that are found in the air can also be the cause of a sinus infection; - the passage of your nose may be narrowed or you might suffer from a dental infection, which in turn may trigger the sinus infection; It is always better to have compositions with as little corrections in it as possible. This is why we have written this composition on Sinus Infection with no corrections for the reader to be more interested in reading it.