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strange nasal condition

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  • Posted By: mcsean
  • January 13, 2010
  • 08:58 PM

Four hours after I received the H1N1 vaccine on November 2, 2009, I had a rather intense sneeze. Immediately, I noticed a strange feeling in my head. My symptoms have been somewhat similiar to a head cold; however without the mucous. Sometimes my sinuses are open too much.There is no mucous( Buggers or snot) forming since that day.

I went to visit an allergist who discovered that I was having arterial fibrilation. The cardiologist has tried meds for conversion,without luck. I will soon undergo an electric cardioconversion.

I don't know if there is any connection between the two. I also visited an ENT. All three gaurentee me that the vaccine has nothinjg to do with what is goin on. Coincidence???? I hope someone out there can relate to any part of this. I would appreciate any suggestion,help or advice.


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  • I would appreciate if you would go to the doctor immediately..
    josephajain 7 Replies
    • February 17, 2010
    • 09:16 AM
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  • I would appreciate if you would go to the doctor immediately.. I have seen three different doctors: a cardiologist, an ENT and an allergist,and none of them has a clue. Perhaps you could tell me what I should mention it might be. Thank you for your concernBest,'Mcsean
    mcsean 1 Replies
    • February 19, 2010
    • 02:32 AM
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