Chronic sinusitis can cause you to be extremelly weak and shaky! Do you have ringing in the ear or blury vision? My heart goes out to you as I know how horrible it is to live with this condition. I have Chronic sinusitis and anxiety, all started two years ago. I hope you feel well soon.
Sadly, I think I have to face the fact that I've joined the throngs of those who suffer from chronic sinusitis. Last winter, I had problems on and off from November through February until a looming scuba diving trip sent me to the doctor for antibiotics.
Like clockwork, I started noticing problems in late November again. I don't like taking antibiotics and want to avoid them if I can. I'm looking for any suggestions on what I can do to help with this condition. I've been doing some Googling, but would love some first-hand experience.
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