For the past 2.5 years, I've been treated for what the doctors call "chronic sinusitis," although it seems more like recurrent acute sinusitis from what I've read. I get a sinus infection about once every 1-2 months, they treat it with antibiotics, and I'm reasonably healthy until the next one comes along. The thing is, is that my health has been steadily declining as I get more and more infections: my worst symptoms include loss of peripheral vision (I describe it best as "tunnel vision"), headaches that feel like a tight headband going from one temple over the top of my head to the other temple, extreme fatigue, pain in my jaw, tiny nosebleeds while I sleep (I find "bloody boogers" when I blow my nose upon waking up), and trouble sleeping.
The doctors keep saying it's due to allergies, but the allergists can't find what I'm supposedly allergic to. I have 3 prior conditions, all of which are controlled by either medication or previous surgery: epilepsy, superventricular tachycardia, and minor hidradenitis suppurativa.
Any help at all would be greatly appreciated, I'm sick all the time and I don't know what to do at this point. Thanks...
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