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August 18th, 2017

Can sinus drainage cause a cough?

Sinus drainage is constantly happening in your body. This is normal; your sinuses need to drain all the mucus that they produce. (Your sinuses create and drain up to a quart of mucus per day!)  Mucus coats the inside…

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June 29th, 2017

Why might my sinus infection be worse at night?

We’ve all experienced sinus symptoms that we think are getting better, then when we go to bed all of a sudden our t…

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June 26th, 2017

Treatment for sinus infections: When is it time for surgery?

When you get a sinus infection, and it doesn’t go away quickly on its own or it gets severe, you should consider se…

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June 23rd, 2017

Sinusitis and sleep: The connection between sinusitis, snoring, and loss of sleep

Many sinusitis sufferers go through their waking life struggling to breathe through their noses. The congestion and s…

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June 21st, 2017

Asthma and sinusitis: Double trouble

Sinusitis is the inflammation of the tissue in the sinuses, leading to discomfort, discharge, and difficulty breathin…

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June 19th, 2017

Singing the praises: How a tiny device is easing the misery of sinusitis, one song at a time

Julia Foster of Winter Park, Fla., has been plagued with constant debilitating sinus infections for more than 20 year…

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June 17th, 2017

Preparing for your ENT appointment

If your primary care physician has referred you to an Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) doctor for further treatment of yo…

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The purpose of the site is to help create awareness about sinusitis and treatment options for the disease. Please note that information contained on this site is not medical advice. It should not be used as a substitute for speaking with your physician. Always talk with your physician about diagnosis and treatment information.

The PROPEL sinus implants are intended for use after sinus surgery to maintain patency and to locally deliver steroids to the sinus mucosa: PROPEL for use in the ethmoid sinus, PROPEL Mini for use in the ethmoid sinus and frontal sinus opening, and PROPEL Contour for use in the frontal and maxillary sinus ostia. The implants are intended for use in patients ≥18 years of age. Contraindications include patients with intolerance to mometasone furoate (MF) or a hypersensitivity to bioabsorbable polymers. Safety and effectiveness of the implants in pregnant or nursing females have not been studied. Risks may include, but are not limited to, pain/pressure, displacement of implant, possible side effects of intranasal MF, sinusitis, epistaxis, and infection. For complete prescribing information see IFU at www.IntersectENT.com. Rx only.

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