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I’ve been diagnosed with sinus thrombosis. It is some bacterial infection that caused blood clot in my cavernous sinus. I am antibiotics treatment at the moment. Anyway I would like to know what else I can do about this.

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Once the cavernous sinus thrombosis is diagnosed, intravenous antibiotics are administered to treat the infection. Commonly used antibiotics include the penicillin, the cephalosporin, and metronidazole. You may also be placed on a blood thinner called heparin. However, this remains controversial and the decision is made between you and your physician. Surgical drainage of an infected sphenoid sinus is recommended in some cases.
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