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Severe Headaches related to Sinusitis?
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thelightyoubring2007 posted:
Ok here is my dilemma... Mind you I am kind of anxiety ridden and, somewhat of a hypochondriac so hear me out before you think I am nuts...

Back history (That may be related):
-Gave birth October 29th (Healthy baby boy)
-Mid December I notice a cyst on my nipple. Went to the OB and was told it a most likely a clogged milk duct or Mastitis and it would go away on it own (which it did)
-January, I start developing chest and upper back pain. I went to the ER and was told that I had costocondritis and it should clear up (Which it did)
-This month, I started getting weird back pain again and tingling in my upper back.


THIS PAST WEEK:
Wednesday- I started developing severe headaches that were continuous. I went to the ER and was told it was a migraine.
Saturday-Sunday- Headaches continue, I develop nausea and dizziness.
I went back to the ER where they do a CT scan. Results indicate that my brain is fine, however, I have sinusitis. They give me antibiotics and send me home.

It is now Wednesday again and, my headaches have not improved and im still nauseated.

I cannot get a doctors appointment to follow up, literally until March 11th

Has anyone experienced a sinus infection this bad? I am really scared. I keep telling myself that the CT scan showed no abnormalities but, I cant get myself to believe this head pain and nausea is sinusitis
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