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headaches, hot senations - immune problem?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 15, 2009
  • 03:54 AM

Here's the list:

-sinus headaches, focused on frontal sinuses but spreading out over entire head, sometimes bad enough to cause nausea. Headaches get worse when I try to focus, such as reading or writing.
-sore eyes
-postnasal drip, causing persistent bad taste in mouth
-transient sensations of heat in bilateral extremities, mainly ears and hands
-difficulty maintaining a stable body temperature, alternately too hot and too cold
-muscle tension in arms and legs
-general fatigue

My eyes are fine (just checked by opthamalogist), antibiotics and corticosteroids didn't help, I've got no respiratory problems (i.e. it's not a cold or a breathing problem), I'm otherwise very healthy and fit. I'm wondering about some sort of immune thing, as some of the symptoms seem consistent with a persistent immune system reaction. Any thoughts are appreciated!

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