Adults who suffer from allergic rhinosinusitis have one or more of the following complaints:
- Runny, stuffy, and itchy nose
- Excessive sneezing
- Disturbed night sleep from stuffy nose
- Excessive post nasal drainage in the throat
- Nausea from the postnasal drainage
- Sore throat and bad breath
- Fatigue and irritability
- Cough which may be worse at night
- Sinus headaches
- Pain or headache around the eyes, cheeks, nose, forehead, jaw or teeth.
- Loss of smell or reduced smell and taste
- Earache, noises in the ears (tinnitus), reduced hearing or loss of balance.
Children who suffer from allergic rhino sinusitis have one or more of the following symptoms:
- Problems with infant breast and bottle feeding
- Frequent colds and sicknesses in early childhood
- Frequent ear infections and the need for inserting tubes in the ear drums
- Frequent tonsillitis and enlarged adenoids
- Hearing loss which can lead to speech defects
- All adult complaints shown above can happen to children.
Eyes symptoms of allergic rhino sinusitis in adults and children are:
- Inflamed, red, watery and itchy eyes
- Inflamed and itchy eyelids.
- Blurred vision
Asthma may be triggered at the same time and by the same allergen(s), which cause allergic rhino sinusitis, symptoms of asthma are:
- Shortness of breath,
- Wheezing, and
- Chest tightness.
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