Hello to all,
In the last time I have looked all my diagnosis back until 1993.
There are two doctors they wrote to me, that my eyes (and face) pains are not:
1. From Thyroid (1993)
2. From the Neck (1993): Orthopaedist.
I have other papers from doctor for nose, ear and throat from 1995, where he wrote that I have narrow space in my Ethmoidal (behind the eyes) sinusitis. He wanted first to make surgery but next time told to me, I have to find the cause.
So I have to find the cause for:
1. Sinusitis maxillaries
2. Atypical Trigeminal Neuralgia
3. Narrow space in Ethmoidal sinusitis.
1997, one tourist told me that he had few years steady eyes pains and all examinations from Oculist were right and from head as well. After that ORL doctor has made surgery of Ethmoidal (he makes wider space with Endoscopy) after that this man had no more eye pains. He is the only one I have ever met with such a pain.
Is there anybody like me?
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