Can a sinus infection cause swelling in my upper lip?
Yes, a sinus infection could cause swelling of the upper lip.A severe infection of the maxillary sinus may cause some cellulitis leading to such swelling.This may also be due to a condition called Granulomatous Cheilitis. You will need treatment with steroids and long term antibiotics like penicillin if this is diagnosed. Please look up this link: http://dermnetnz.org/site-age-specific/granulomatous-cheilitis.htmlIn either case, you should consult a doctor for this.I hope my answer has helped you.
With the Granulomatous Cheilltis does one feel other symptoms they would feel with a sinus infection?
No, they would not.It would just be a swelling that came on and off, it is a chronic condition.Your swelling could be either. Swelling of the lip can occur from a sinus infection but usually only if the infection is quite severe.I hope my answer has helped you.