I've been dealing with sinus issues for the past 3 months. I haven't been able to see an ENT due to Covid-19 until later this month. I was treated with 2 rounds of antibiotics after a sinus infection in Feb/March (maybe, or could have just been viral, I had a horrible virus in February). This has been unlike anything else I've experienced sinus wise, I've never had sinusitis other than a normal infection that goes away with antibiotics. My symptoms are primarily on my right side only and I had a lot of ear pain and neck pain too. Most of my post nasal drip, pressure in my frontal sinuses have reduced, however I still have a strange lingering pressure in my head. Some days it's worse than others, and it's only one my right side. When I lay down at night it hurts behind my ear and wraps around to the back of my head (but still only on one side). I can't lay on that side at all, every single night. It's really more of a pressure than pain but it hurts. During the day it's not so bad, some days worse than others and I just feel like my head is going to explode. This has caused me so much anxiety since I haven't been able to just get to an ENT for an appointment or scan. I also have a lot of crackling and popping sounds when I move my head/neck, ears pop a lot, and my jaw even hurts and pops a lot too (I've always had some jaw issues though). I am really most worried about the pressure I feel in my head, why is it only one sided, and is it normal to hurt when I lay down? I can't wait to finally see a doctor soon as I am concerned it's something more serious.