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Sinus headaches are associated with pain and pressure in the face and sinuses and can cause nasal symptoms.
For sinus headaches, some basic questions to ask include: What is likely causing my symptoms or condition?
Revision sinus surgery.
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Testing for sick sinus syndrome might include: Electrocardiogram (ECG).
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