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5 years living with these symptoms, please help!

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  • Posted By: MonMon
  • March 1, 2013
  • 09:18 PM

There have been a number of symptoms that have beenhappening to me for the last 5 years or so that I have tried going to my GPabout with no success each time. I have tried nasal sprays, medication; none ofit is really helping.
I constantly, with or without a cold, have a pain in thenasal area, and the bone below my eyes is very sore whenever I touch it.
I get ear aches all the time, which also tend to make myjaw/teeth sore also.
My nose always feels stuffy, like my nose is 'full.' It iseven worse when I catch a cold or if I am in a stuffy room. It's awful duringlectures at university because some of the rooms are humid and small and mywhole head seems to be in pain. In these rooms I am consistently yawning allthe time and my head starts to throb. However, when in large, open rooms, thispain is nowhere near as bad.
Colds stay with me for weeks, even months, and I pick themup all the time.
I have also had problems in the past with nose bleedsoccurring every day, painful ear infections, and I get migraines sometimesalso.
The back of my eyes sometimes feel very painful, and I haveconstant bags under my eyes, sometimes they are red and puffy.
Most of these symptoms occur at the same time, instead ofseparately and at different times. This leads me to think they are related insome way.

Please, if anyone has any idea what is causing this, helpme, as I have been to many people and they never take my situation seriously.It is affecting my study, as everything seems to ache so much that I find itdifficult to concentrate.
Thank you.

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