Could your symptoms be signs of chronic sinusitis?

Take the sinusitis self‑assessment to find out.

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Understanding your chronic
sinusitis is the first step.

Chronic sinusitis can be very disruptive, keeping you from doing the things you love to do. Finding the right treatment starts with understanding your symptoms.

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You have options.

There are quite a few treatment and management paths for chronic sinusitis. These often require a combination of treatment options.


Your Sinusitis Self‑Assessment

Chronic sinusitis symptoms often get misdiagnosed as other conditions. Allergies, colds and upper respiratory infections share similar symptoms. Yet, chronic sinusitis is a specific category of disease with many new treatment options available. Use our self-assessment to determine if your symptoms could be related to chronic sinusitis.


Have you experienced any of the following symptoms for 12 consecutive weeks or longer and are over the age of 18?

  • Facial Pain, pressure or fullness
  • Headaches
  • Difficulty breathing through nose
  • Decreased sense of smell
  • Drainage of cloudy or colored mucus
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