symptoms of chronic sinusitis, rhinitis, or rhinosinusitis include:
Nasal or sinus congestion
Postnasal drip or drainage in the throat
Pain, tenderness, or pressure in the face
(often behind the cheeks and forehead)
Loss of sense of smell
- Bad breath
- Pain in the teeth
The symptoms may make your asthma worse. They may also mean you have
lung swelling and inflammation.
If you have any of these symptoms, talk with your healthcare
provider. Or talk to an allergy doctor. Or see an ear, nose, and throat doctor (ENT).
This kind of doctor is also called an otolaryngologist. Controlling your symptoms
help you control your asthma. So will staying away from triggers or allergens.