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    headaches only when breathe through right nostril
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    sedler14 posted:
    Ive had sinus issues for years, i am 26 years old and run 5 times a week. I recently had my second syntoplasty done in december and thought that would stop the headaches. I get headaches only on the right side of my head and its only when i inhale through my right nostril. It almost feels like extreme cold air that rushes to my head and the pain is only temporary but very annoying. Ive tried every medication possible, recently was given Fioricet but nothing stops the pain. It has now been going on for six days straight. Could this be more than sinus issues? please help?
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    chilly22 responded:
    I have had the exact same thing going on now for several months. I only feel the ache/pain/cold burn on the right side of my head when I inhale through my right nostril.I have been to several doctors with no answers. Extremely annoying, would be an understatement, I can't take it any more. Going for an MRI today to see if there is something going on.
     
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    sedler14 replied to chilly22's response:
    If you dont mind could you let me know what the MRI results ?
     
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    mochap1 replied to chilly22's response:
    I know it has been a while since your reply regarding this headache topic, but I saw your answer when I was looking for answers. I have the same problem, headache on the right side only when breathing througt my right nostril.
    Is it everything ok with you now?
    what was it?
    Thank you for your time!
     
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    sedler14 replied to mochap1's response:
    went to MRI also and nothing was found
     
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    mochap1 replied to sedler14's response:
    Hi sedler14,

    I'm sorry, or glad!, for knowing that nothing was found in the MRI.
    But since it was something like one year ago, how are you now?

    I keep with my headaches on the right side, only when i inhale through my right nostril...

    Kind regards
     
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    mochap1 replied to sedler14's response:
    Hi sedler14,

    I am here again just to say to you, and whoever is looking for the same info, that I had a cronic inflamation of the adenoids, maybe caused by some alergy. I had surgery and took the adenoids out, and I have been ok since them.

    It has been 6 months now.

    It hurts like before on average once a month. So I am pretty ok. It was really stressful

    Thanks
     
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    nyheadache replied to mochap1's response:
    The remaining monthly headache could respond to my over-the-counter drug, Migralex, which works well for sinus, tension, and other headaches - ask your doctor about it. You can buy it at CVS, Amazon.com, and Migralex.com. If you buy it online and it doesn't help, you can get your money back.


    Migralex doc


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