Did your Dr. actually confirm that you have a sinus infection? (meaning your sinus CT was positive). I have many of the same symptoms you do but I've been told that it's very rare for a sinus infection to cause dizziness. I've been on anti bx for a couple of weeks with no response. I'm supposed to have a sinus CT this week, but I've already contacted a neuro to get an MRI. My ENT suspects something not ENT related.
My symptoms lasted 9 months before they took notice of it being Cancer.
They used a needle to go up through my upper pallet to get a small biopsy.
Now that hurt. No freezing. They did finally do a CT Scan of my head to finally find the
location of my tumour and its size. They conducted another Biopsy while I was under
to determine the type,stage, and cell type. Good luck on yours. I had to do some minor pushing
to get what I wanted completed. Stay Tough, and Positive. That helped me. I treated it as
only a minor situation. I had to keep a brave face for my family because they were really worried.
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