... d and at times experienced actual vertigo. In addition, I woke up every day with a headache over my eye as well as facial pressure and constant congestion. The dizziness was the most unsettling feeling, though. The ENT I went to suggested an MRI and blood test to rule out Lymes, MS and anything else serious. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, Deb. Just wanted to see how you are doing. Feeling better?
Staples in the head had to feel, well, very weird. So, in Canada you have reams of insurance paperwork as well? I certainly hope they cover more than they do south of the 49th parallel (here in the U.S.). Coverage has gotten worse for many of us. Premiums go up, what they cover does not. Go figure.
Stay well. (48 replies)
... Sorry Bill have not replied back, okay now, getting physio 3 times a week, back to work though contract blah! But pain has subsided in back. Major injuries was more so to the back, black and blue around seatbelt area, had only 5 staples in the head, though the wound was deep to the skull, not much flesh there eh :(. So allergist has been put off for now....though my... (48 replies)
... Has anyone found anything that helps clear up heavy PND from a sinus infection, besides Sudafed? ... (48 replies)
... I'm convinced that manufacturing is NOT the industry for me. I can relate to sinus pain from fumes. I get that all too often here. ... (48 replies)
... swooning affect, the sinus starts throbing! They started this project up before Christmas as well, the other indicator was a bunny rabbit we got just before christmas which is gone now. ... (48 replies)
... sinuses constantly. I first noticed the dizziness while simply sitting at my desk. No noticeable sinus problems at the time, just pretty severe nasal congestion. I suppose this is part of the reason I'm confident that my issues are allergy related. ... (48 replies)
... rays done which will be taken down to specialist, not sure what step is next but been suffering vertigo and sinus attackes since Feb 10th. Getting tired of feeling sick, but it helps to know others are out there and I'm not the only one. ... (48 replies)
... Now, the dizziness that I have I can tell you right now comes from my sinuses. I've known that from the get go, and most people can tell you where their dizziness comes from as well. Mine started with a really bad sinus infection. ... (48 replies)
... OMG! I never thought would find someone who has all the symptoms as that I have. As earlier I wrote the same problems, the stuffiness and pressure in my head, sinus blockage and pressure in my ears and soreness, eyes some swelling, vertigo/swooning feeling and of course then panick sets in :eek: . I also noticed prior to a attack my legs would start to feel funny like my... (48 replies)
... Wow. I think I opened a BIG can of worms. I really appreicate all of your comments, questions. I have to agree that the secretary, mentioned earlier, doesn't have a clue about the sxs of allergy/sinus problems. I am certainly no doctor, but I can tell the instant my allergies start going hay-wire. Stuffienss gets worse, headache, pressure somewhere between my nose and my... (48 replies)
... thinking it may be allergies, even after telling her how stuffy I felt in my head, my breathing problems, the rash on my arms from the rabbit licking me, and my sinus being closed...still insisted it was all in my head! I went into emerg and they thought it was anxiety attacks. ... (48 replies)
... I am currently on nasal and puffer (steriod), since Feb 10th had many attacks, vertigo type, breathing problems, sinus, eyes ect...was in emerg twice and they nuts thought I was having panic attacks. Since I got rid of my daughters rabbit which we got november past I am 85% better, but find I am very sensitive to other smells and sounds (bass). Just had sinus x-rays done,... (48 replies)
... Not all dizziness comes from blocked Eustachian tubes. Some of it is from blocked sinuses. That is what my problem is! I have blocked sinus passages that lead to the frontal sinus. They are trapped and the pressure is off because of it, therefore creating dizziness. ... (48 replies)
... Hi, I don't know how much of a help I can be lol cause I'm trying to find the source of my symptoms as well. I have much the same symptoms, brain fog, dizziness, vertigo, constant draining/mucuos in throat minus the sinus congestion ( usually, but I tend to get alot of sinus infections ), nausea - to name a few. Anywayz, currently, the ENT has scheduled me to get tubes... (17 replies)
... and that I'm "not walking around with a sinus infection". ... (4 replies)
... Preventing a sinus attack is much easier than getting rid of one. Once sinus congestion misery sets in, it is much harder, to get rid of it, than if you avoided the sinus congestion to begin with. ... (13 replies)
... I have had that feeling in the past also. I truely believe it's caused by sinus congestion. Just because your sinuses aren't infected doesn't mean they aren't congested. ... (4 replies)
... I don't know if my situation can help you shed light on yours but here goes..
I saw an allergist yesterday who saw fluid in my inner ears..and I learned something kind of important about how well i'm treating my Eustachian Tube Dysfunction..it isn't enough. What happened was it has been clogged & swollen for so long(2 years!) that the fluid has accumulated in my inner ear &... (15 replies)
... Disequilibrium and dizziness can be caused by sinus congestion that could be triggered by a reaction to a chemical sensitivity. ... (3 replies)