Whats it mean if you have a stopped up nose, blow it out alot and

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ttwarrior1
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   Posted 9/4/2006 3:01 PM (GMT -7)   
it goes away, and you then get headaches around the temple forehead area on the side. for some reason my nose isnt as stopped up as usuall but now have headaches. Did the sinus trouble move to my head?
 
Best natural cure? i also have acid reflux

Red_34
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   Posted 9/5/2006 2:09 PM (GMT -7)   
What you are getting is typical "sinus headaches". Do you have a cold or allergies? If you want to go the natural route, try Saline nasal spray. This will help loosen up your sinus congestion and maybe relieve your headaches. If that doesn't work, you can try over the counter sinus/allergy pills such as Tylonel Sinus. This is designed to alleviate sinus headaches. I hope this helps and you start feeling better soon.
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ttwarrior1
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   Posted 9/5/2006 2:43 PM (GMT -7)   
those things dont do anything on me. Funny thing is , i do have nose trouble , meaning stopped up nose and have to blow it when i wake up and about 3 times during the day, but now its not as bad. Did the sinus infectiion move from my nose to my head.

As far as colds or allergies go. I dont believe i do. My left ear rings also but doc couldnt find nothing wrong last time.

The head ache started 3 days after i got acid reflux for the first time ever . Im taking prilosec and i dont feel it in my throat now , but now im burping alot, and feel like its in my stomach

Red_34
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   Posted 9/5/2006 3:19 PM (GMT -7)   
You can try posting your question on our GERD forum. They might be able to answer your question as to whether the symptoms that you are experiencing is from acid reflux. As for the sinus infection moving....well you have to look at the whole sinus area as a whole. The sinuses are not a seperate function from the nasal area, ears or throat. That's why when we get colds, sinus infections, allergies etc. it feels all connected sort of like our "snot" travels. It could be that your sinuses are clearing but the sinus membranes can still be irritated which could cause headaches. I have had some severe sinus infections in the past and I have to say that the headaches are the worse and the last to get rid of. If you continue getting these sinus headaches, I would say longer then a week or two then contact your doctor and find out what's going on.
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