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    Severe Sinus infection,now moved to chest???
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    AnthonyC508 posted:
    Last week i ended up in the emergency room very dizzy,headaches and extremely fatigues.A Ct scan and multiple blood tests where done everything came back clear except the CT scan it showed my sinuses where pretty clogged.They put me on levoquin,i havent seen no change in feeling better but now have got more and more fatigued to where i feel like everything is a dream,and have had alottttt of pressure in my head.Woke up today now i can feel it draining in my throat,chest is heavy and constantly trying to clear my throat hacking stuff up.Im so tired and weak and i know its almost causing some anxiety cause i havent been this sick in years.Can all these feelings the fatigue,weakness ect be from a sinus infection now maybe turned Bronchitis!?!?


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