Hello to all,
I have chronic sinusitis maxillaries chr.cath, since Secondary school, when I went to school by train. They have never been cured, because pains come from somewhere else.
From 1989 I am searching cause for my pains. First was my Thyroid. It works to slow and I take hormones. Doctor told me, my pains are not from Thyroid.
After that I had X-rays from all spine, 1993. It shows that there is Spondylarthrosis of vertebras from C2 until TH3. I have tried all possible therapies. The only one was good, was DD. For few years only! Many years I took Aspirin, then Ketonal Forte. After that nothing did help.
1998 I have got new diagnosis:
Enthesopatia levator scapulae.
For that was good: Sirdalud 4 mg and Tramal 500 (together). For two years. I must say that it was good, because Sirdalud and Tramal have hydrochloride. Nobody knew why just that until I have found that hydrochloride makes muscles softer.
Beside those diagnoses I have:
Neuralgia Trigeminal, I. and II: (atypical),
My pains are:
I have eyes pains, as a great pressure from the face and right side of the neck, especially bottom of the neck. Very often: from the top of the head. I can't sneeze, my mucus is always dry and like a frozen. I feel like an ice or top of the knife in my eyes (more in right eye). In the morning can't open them. My face is swollen and very strange. What is worse, I am always sleepy and that is why I don't work since almost seven years. Here I must say also, that I had never fever in my life.
In the morning helps black coffee with lemon. After that one Calcium tablet, as also one Galsud tablet. I have tried to drink much more water but don't help either.
In the last seven years many doctors say, all is from neck muscles. Where are neck muscles from? I feel, that all is blocked: from bottom of the neck (right) over face, eyes until top of the head.
Before that i have spent many years by chiropractors (1996-2002), other different alternative healers. Many of them say my pains come from trigger points or from the neck.
Has anybody some similar pains?