I have been having some pressure around the bridge of my nose and behind my eyes. I have sinus problems but they seem to get worse as I get older (I'm 36). Anyway, I normally get my allergies in the spring and fall and is accompanied with sneezing, scratchy throat, runny nose, etc.
But this time, I have pressure towards the bridge of my nose, around inner eye sockets next to the nose and behind my eyes. I thought it might be my blood pressure but someone told me that probably isn't the case and it probably my sinuses.
Even thought I don't have a runny nose this time, I am sneezing occasionally but have pressure in the areas mentioned. Can this be my sinues being inflared? I am taking Nasonex but not everyday and was wondering if I should.
Any help you can provide would greatly be appreciated.
I'd take the nasonex everyday as prescribed. Having high blood pressure does not always have symptoms, that's why they call it "the silent killer". You can have it checked to be sure, but sounds like sinus problems. Also, try some warm compresses to your eyes and cheekbone area.
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