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Nose Problem

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 27, 2008
  • 11:35 PM

For many years now I have had a problem with a pressure/blocked sensation in my nose (similar to what one experiences in the ears with a change of altitude or 'hayfever'). but no blockage or stuffiness or any discharge. It is accompanied with a "groggy" head, and increases in intensity with tiredness (So I need to sleep all the time even though I am extremely fit for my age ). There also appears to be some connection with the back of my neck, because when I manipulate the top of my neck I seem to "change" the sensation in my nose slightly.
Over this period I have seen at least one or more of the following:Neuologists, E.N.T specialists, (including a Septoplasty and double Ethmoidectomy proceedure), Allergists, Oncologist, Psychologists, Chiropractors, Naturpaths, Acupuncturists. I even had all the amalgum fillings removed from my teeth and replaced with Composites.
My current G.P. (one of many) has been treating me for Depression with no success, is now at a loss and I am at my wit's end and desperate.
I would love to have a clear head, because the going is extremely hard. It's like trying to work with a severe "hang-over".
Can someone or anyone suggest any further action I might pursue?
I look forward to a miracle

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