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Can Sinus Infections Cause Pain in Other Parts of the Body

When I get a bad sinus infection much of my body aches. My teeth hurt, I throw-up sometimes  get a fever.

This may sound crazy, but I can tell when I am about to get a sinus infection. I twisted my ankle, about ten years ago. Before an infection, my ankle gets sore and I start to limp. It hurts for a few days then I get sick. I have mentioned that to my doctors, but they did not think my ankle has anything to do with predicting my sinus infections.

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Can sinus infection cause mid-lower abdominal pain and nausea? | Common health questions, get your answer here.: “I go doctor today and found out that I have a sinus infection and my insupportable has been killing me all day. It’s my mid-lower abdominous, basically hurts and I guess I could also describe it as having some pressure, which gvicinityg to the bathroom does not relieve at all. It’s been gudgeonnsistent pretty much all day long. My doctor seemed baffled by it, holster don’t think it had anything to do with the infection. stipulationally sinus infection remain localized. how ever if passed fluffy it can effect the gut.”(Via .)

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Two days ago, I wrote http://sinushope.com/2011/01/30/does-what-you-eat-cause-sinus-pain-from-heart-burn/ about the possibilty that acid reflux was causing some of my sinus pain. I still need to call a doctor, but I ddi find an article that mentions that it is possible. I still need to do more research and contact a doctor.

David Powers

Gastroenterology: acid reflex, paranasal sinuses, upper respiratory conditions: “Gastroesophageal acid reflux (GERD), a disorder in which acid backs up from the stomach to the esophagus, has been noted as a risk factor for a number of upper respiratory conditions. It has been associated with sinusitis in children in a number of studies and there is some suggestion that it may play a role in some adults cases of chronic sinusitis Sinuses are hollow air spaces in the human body. When people say, ‘I’m having a sinus attack,’ they usually are referring to symptoms in one or more of four pairs of cavities, or sinuses, known as paranasal sinuses. These cavities, located within the skull or bones of the head surrounding the nose, include the: “

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