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I've had daily headaches/migraines for years. Now have a phantom smell of smoke, ringing in ears.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 3, 2014
  • 00:14 PM

Now my vision prescription has changed 5 times in a month including developing astigmatism and having that double in that same time frame. Was also told I have trauma cataracts. Unusual for my age of 48. The phantom smell went away after seeing an ENT and taking 14 days antibiotics. Soon as I was done, one week later the smell was back, on and off. My allergies are severe, I had a very bad MVA in 1988 with head trauma and required reconstruction to my face. The nerves on the left side did not regenerate correctly and my left eye is my main problem vision wise. Not sure if any of this would be related. Any thought. I need someone to connect the dots, I'm very frustrated.

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