About 2 years ago I had gone to the doctor for severe headaches and nosebleeds. The doctor perscribed me augmentin for a severe sinus infection, a CAT scan, an MRI and Zoloft for my headaches. She never found anything with the CAT scan and the MRI, needless to say the Zoloft didn't have ANY effect on me and the nosebleeds only calmed down. To this day, unfortunatly with out insurance for a little bit I'm still having both severe headaches and mild nosebleeds, any input?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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