Hi I'm 25 male. I have unilateral swelling of the neck and head on the left side. the swelling is sometimes accompanied by a severe headache localized also on the left side. When the headache is worse, the swelling is worse. People have started to notice. I have had a CT scan for the headaches and swelling, and they said there was an "abnormal amount of fluid" present on the left side of my head. Then, they told me I had sinitus and gave me antibiotics. It is two months later and I am getting worse. Someone please help meReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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