With the weather changing and cooling down chances are you will get hit with some sort of ailment.

But do you know if it is cold, allergies, or a sinus infection?  All three share similar conditions but there is a way to tell before you go to a doctor.

According to WebMD, Here are the differences:

COLD:

With a cold, you will have a sore throat, cough, headache, stuffy/running nose, and fatigue. The mucus discharge will be more yellow or greenish.

ALLERGIES:

With allergies you will have stuffy/runny nose with clear discharge, No fever or aches, your eye could be scratchy and watery.

SINUS INFECTION:

With a sinus infection you will have a stuffy/runny nose with a thick yellow or greenish discharge, you might have a fever, and could have facial or tooth pain.