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My neurologist send me to get a mri due to bad headaches.When i went for my results,she told me i had a normal brain that my headaches could be migraines,because my son and sister get them.She also inform me that the mri showed that i have a cyst in my left cheek. what could be the cause?
thank you for your answer,i forgot to add that my e.n.t. had told me awhile back that i had a nodule between my nose and throat. And i also get alot of nasal inflammation.Right now i have alot of pain on the bridge of my nose and its kinda red,but only on the outside..could all that i describe be all connected? cant go to the hospital,waiting for ''Hurricane Irene'' to make her appearance.....ANY SUGGESTION WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED,
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