Over the last 3 years I have seen 10 doctors. Six ear nose and throat, two natural pathic doctors and two family doctors. Considered I really don't know what it is, I don't know what to do next. Three years ago I started to get boughts of suffocation at night. I could hardly sleep. I have a huge problem relaxing. I noticed it had something to do with my nasal passage ways but I started to feel a little better and just dealt with it. A couple months later I moved and the pain got worse. Started at the tip of my nose going up into different parts of my head. I suffered from suffocation and inflammation on the ridge of my nose for about 6 months. During this time I saw all the doctors I could, one found that I was low on vitamin D and a hair mineral analysis showed that I was high on calcium and low on everything else. I tryed dieting and this helped somewhat at different times. The inflammation in my nose slowly went away and soon I felt lifeless. I started to have inflammation in my chest whenever I would eat just about anything that is processed. I also developed a protrusion at the top of my head during all of this. After severe pain for 2 years. I am now left with numbness from my nose up to the top of my head, down the left side of my head. I've felt fluid from my protrusion run down my body at times. I have a hard time relaxing and I just feel out of it all the time. Any suggestions? Anything else you need to know?
I've noticed that there are nerves that run from the left side of the tip of my nose (there is also scar tissue around that area of the nose) up to where the protrusion is that are directly affected. They feel sensitive and numb. Whenever I tap lightly on my middle/left eyebrow, I can feel a sharp nerve pain shoot up to the top of my head and toward the back.
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