Feeling signs of a sinus infection?

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A sudden illness or injury that is not life-threatening, or when you need care and your doctor’s office is closed.

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Most urgent cares are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., every day and our Moreland location is open 24/7. Children’s locations are open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., every day.

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Cost:

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Hours:

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Appointment:

No appointment is needed – just a smartphone, tablet or computer. Sign in to MyAtriumHealth to start your eVisit anytime.*

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Preventing and treating illnesses with a doctor who knows your health history.

Hours:

Most offices are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Some locations are open late or on the weekend. Appointment: You will need an appointment, which can be easily scheduled online or by calling your doctor’s office directly.

Appointment:

You will need an appointment, which can be easily scheduled online or by calling your doctor’s office directly.

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Common Sinus Infection Symptoms

Facial pain or tenderness

Headache

Stuffy nose

Fever

Sore throat

Questions About Sinus Infections

What are some of the risk factors for sinus infections?

Risk factors for sinus infections, or sinusitis, can include pre-existing conditions like asthma, immune disorders, chronic allergies and displaced nasal passages, as well as environmental factors like pollution and cigarette smoke.

What makes a sinus infection chronic?

A sinus infection is considered chronic if it lasts for three months or more and doesn’t get better with treatment.

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