Generally yes. However if you have a deviated septum and septal perforation, this will cause nasal obstruction, but not sinusitis. In addition, chronic sinusitis is not painful. So perhaps you don’t have chronic sinusitis? An ENT should scope your nose and you should get a CT scan if maximal medical treatment doesn’t resolve the symptoms.
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