Re: Sinus Infection - watery eyes.
When you say you have a sinus infection, do you mean sinus inflammation as a result of a viral infection, or an actual bacterial infection in the sinuses?
A normal response to a viral infection is clear mucus with congestion and stuffiness, with resulting headache. The body can usually deal with a viral infection, but symptoms can be eased with decongestant tablets such as phenylephrine or pseudoephedrine. Also for a few days, xylometazoline spray can help, but will cause rebound congestion if used more than a week or so.
If you have discoloured discharge (yellow,green, brown or bloody) then this usually suggests a bacterial infection, which may clear by itself, but many people find the body doesn't clear the infection, and hence antibiotics are often prescribed. However, as many people are discovering, bacterial sinus infection can last from weeks to months, and does not always respond to antibiotics, unless the correct antibiotic is found ( even then can be very slow to respond).
Hope this helps.