I've had chronic sinusitis and CF and really struggled with the sinus infections. My sinuses were completely blocked and I tried a strong double course of antibiotics, nasal spray and prednisone. Twice I tried this and whilst it helped initially, the sinuses eventually became blocked again. I eventually saw an ENT and had surgery last August. My sinuses are generally clear, I don't have mucus running down the back of my throat or waking up with the feeling that I'm about to choke because the mucus has become stuck in my throat whilst I've been sleeping. Due to Fibrofog I can't think of the correct term so forgive the terms I'm going to use - I now have "boogers" which means the "snot" is heading into my nose instead of down the back of my throat. I also have reduced the pain around the sinuses greatly and the migraine type headaches are very very infrequent. For me, the surgery has been a success and one less thing I have to worry about now. Before the surgery, my Dr kept recommending I use a nasal wash every day and a nasal spray to clear the sinuses. I was not disciplined enough to do this but I've heard it's very important for sinus trouble.
I wish you all the very best as sinus trouble is quite debilitating :)
Dx Fibromyalgia, CF, Severe TMJ, Osteopenia of lower spine, arthritis of L hip, bursitis of L shoulder and hip, GERD, Perimenopause and query RA. Deleting Dairy and sugar out of my diet was what set me on the road to recovery.
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