About Me: Female, 65, Kranj, Slovenia, member since Jul 2006
I have got with 16 years double Sinusitis: maxillaris and ethmoidales. I didn't know then, that I had also Atypical Trigeminal Neuralgia. Now I know, but to late.
[More] Because I have got additional diagnosis, I don't work since 6 years. I was wokring over 23 years in tourism. Before that in abroad. My pains come from the neck and shoulder, right side,as also from the top of my head. On Sundays, after I wash my head, have terrible eyes pains (nose mucus membrane is totally dry and swollen) There are more diagnosis now: N.Occipital, N.Suprascapularis, Enthesopatia levator scapula, Hypotireosis (was born with small Thyroid, know from last year in Austria). Have problems with digestion tract.
That is, why i am here so often,
My hobby is Astrology, so I know now, that years and years I have got wrong diagnosis.
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