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There are several treatments for chronic sinusitis.  Antibiotics may be prescribed for 3 to 12 weeks.  You may also receive corticosteroid, decongestant, and antihistamine medications.  It can help to drink plenty of fluids and use a humidifier in your home. Immunotherapy shots may be an option for people with allergies.
Endoscopic sinus surgery may be necessary if chronic sinusitis fails to respond to other treatments.  The surgery uses an endoscope to remove nasal polyps or correct a deviated septum.  Computed tomography (CT) guided sinus surgery is an advanced procedure that uses medical imaging to create a 3D guide that is used with endoscopic surgery.  A non-surgical treatment option is balloon sinuplasty.  Balloon sinuplasty involves inserting a wire and thin tube in the nostril and inflating it to widen the sinus passages.  Endoscopic sinus surgery and balloon sinuplasty may be used together.

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