I need some advice........for the past few days I have had a kinda stuffy nose, tired feeling and just not feeling too good! Ive noticed that I have dicomfort all around my right ear, also in the right teeth and the area where my teeth meet (in the front of my right ear). Today I noticed I have a red mark on the inside of my right jaw but it doesnt hurt! could this be due to my sinuses or could it be my teeth??!! Im not able to get into the doc so Im not sure if I should just buy OTC sinus meds or what!! Thanks for any help!!!
I had an awful sinus infection a few weeks ago. I needed to speak with a doctor immediately. I simply picked up my cell phone, I was able to speak with a doctor within minutes! And received a prescription... While laying on my COUCH!
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