Time after time you hear from
others or from yourself,
that despite constant treatment with antibiotics,
their sinusitis continues to return.
There are many symptoms, and it makes
life miserable. No matter how often you go to the
doctor and how many different antibiotics you try,
nothing seems to work.
Thick, colored nasal drainage
Facial pain or swelling
Diminished sense of smell and taste
Why no relief?
If you are trying a remedy and it
doesn't work, it seems obvious it is the wrong
remedy. What could the actual problem be?
Fungal sinus infection
Fungal infections tend to go overlooked as a cause of sinusitis.
Since most cases of sinus infection are believed to be caused by bacteria, they are often treated with antibiotics. Yet fungal sinus infections will not respond to these types of antibiotics and can be made worse by them. It seems that the Mayo Clinic feels they are fungus infections. Read:
Like other common airborne allergens, mold is inhaled into the sinuses
causing an immune reaction. In the beginning
the symptoms of fungus in the environment are sinus congestion, pain, pressure, and infections.
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