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Old 09-23-2012, 03:34 PM   #1
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Sinus pressure vs hot liquids

I'm not sure if I've analysed myself properly but I've had some odd symptoms lately.The ENT I went to see explained my sinuses were swelled up pretty good from allergies.I got tested after and I'm 4on5 for pollens and 3on5 for dust mites. Here is where I'm confused, lately it seems my head pressure has gone down a lot. Less pressure in my ears,bridge of nose, teeth and jaw. But , when I have hot liquids like licorice tea for example, I get a heavy flare up.Major pressure in nose, teeth, muscles near ears etc.... It eventually subsides, but why does heat cause this inflammation?? Is this still allergies? I know alcohol can cause this but that's because it causes blood to rush to your head.

 
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