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Headaches and a film over the cornea
My husband has been suffering with severe headaches for almost a year. He has been in the hospital and released with still no answers. They have done MRI's and Cat Scans and have found nothing. He has tried different Migraine medications with no relief. They have also given him vicoden with no relief. The pain is so bad at times, he can hardly stand it. After his 1 hospital stay, they did find a pocket of chronic sinusitus and sent him home with a antibiotic. He has been on the antibiotic now for about 5 months. The headaches did go away while he was on this antibiotic. His body is now probably immune to the antibiotic because it no longer helps. The headaches are back. About a month ago, he noticed when he put his contacts in, his vision was no better. He went to the eye doctor and his vision is horrible. He can't drive at the present time. The cornea specialist said his eyes are pitted and scarred and there is some swelling behind his eyes. The location of his headaches are behind his eyes. Any ideas as to what this could be? He has suffered for so long and we need answers.
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