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That case of sniffles, cough, and headache that your child has that just won't quit might be a sinus infection. A sinus infection is bacterial and thus requires antibiotics to go away. Sinus infections happen when the sinuses become red and inflamed, fill with fluid or pus and are unable to drain. This allows a buildup of bacteria to occur. A cold or allergies are present before the onset of infection. The telltale sign of a sinus infection in adolescents and adults is facial tenderness and headache, but these symptoms don't always manifest in younger children. Fever might be present along with a runny or stuffy nose that lasts longer than the seven days of a simple viral infection.

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If you have any questions about sinusitis, we suggest that you call WHITE RIVER PEDIATRICS, 500 North Main Street, Suite 100, at 887-8000. Our caring staff will answer any concerns and offer careful instruction on proper treatments. Get the help you need from a doctor who cares. For your convenience, we're open M-Th, 8am to 5pm, and Fri 8am to noon. Healthy Futures Start Here. Our most important responsibility is taking care of your child.

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P.S. More boys than girls get sinus infections.

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