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Sinus pain

Congestion

Airway obstrucion

Headache

Drainage



When people say "congestion" they usually mean that there is a pressure-like feeling, often between their eyes or on their face. This may or may not be associated with nasal airway obstruction. Congestion is often from surfaces in your nasal passage and sinuses coming into unnatural contact. This is often from swelling, caused by infection, or allergic rhinitis. Occasionally, a congested feeling is from one of the sinuses being filled with fluid, often infected fluid.

So, now let's consider the different types of congestion and what usually causes congestion, this will help narrow down what type of problem you are likely dealing with. Click on the best description of your congestion.



Your Congestion...

Is it swelling from allergy?
A nasal septal deviation?
Chronic sinusitis perhaps?

Let us help you figure it out.
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