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If you have ever had a headache caused by sinus congestion, you know just how painful it can be. If you have many sinus headaches a year, it’s time to stop treating them at home and see and ENT. Your ENT is uniquely qualified and trained to discover the cause of your chronic sinus headaches and prescribe a course of

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Postnasal drip is annoying. It is that awful flow of thick or thin mucous that we have all experienced from time to time. But chronic, constant postnasal drip is not normal. It is a symptom of a problem and should be treated by your ear, nose and throat specialist ( ENT ). Normal Nasal Secretion Your nasal passages are supposed

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Headaches can be caused by many things. One of the most common causes of headache is sinusitis or inflammation of the sinuses. Many sinus headaches respond to at-home treatment. If you try at-home treatments and don’t find relief, it’s time to schedule a visit with the ENT. You may have chronic sinusitis. Symptoms of a sinus headache Sinus headaches are

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When you see an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor, it is because you are seeking treatment for a medical problem. It’s easy to be overwhelmed, stressed and forgetful when you are worried about a medical problem. To get the most from your visit with the ENT doctor , you should prepare in advance. Before your appointment Between school and

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Vertigo is a feeling of the environment moving while you are stationary. It can be described as feeling as if the room is spinning while you are sitting, standing or laying still. Some estimates place the number of adults that experience vertigo as high as 40 percent. Sometimes vertigo is accompanied by other symptoms such as tinnitus, hearing loss, anxiety,

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If you are having problems with your ears, nose, throat or balance you probably need to see an ENT doctor . ENTs (otolaryngologist) are highly trained medical professionals that specialize in diseases and conditions of the ears, nose and throat. In addition, since many balance problems are caused by problems in the ears, ENTs treat balance and vertigo as well.

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At one time or another you’ve had the feeling. Your nose is congested and then it may get runny; you cough and feel that dreaded drip from the back of your nose down your throat. Ugh! Whatever it is, it’s back and you feel terrible. Colds, allergies and sinusitis are commonly self-diagnosed and the diagnosis is usually wrong! How can

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Vertigo is the false sensation that your environment is spinning when it is not. Vertigo is not a disease or condition; it is a symptom of a disease or condition. It can be caused by problems with the brain or spinal cord (central vertigo) or a problem with the inner ear (peripheral vertigo). Since most causes of vertigo begin in

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Researchers have been intrigued for years about the link between the sense of smell and depression. Study upon study has shown that there is a clear link between olfactory dysfunction (problems with sense of smell) and depression. Loss of smell Anosmia is the medical term for loss of smell. A small percentage of the population is born with no sense

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It happens to everyone at least once. You stand up quickly and feel dizzy or you wake up and the bed is spinning in circles. While we might all feel dizzy every once in a while, dizziness and vertigo are two different things. If you feel like you are still and everything is spinning around you, that’s vertigo and you

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