Hi, everyone well here it goes, I am a 30m been experiencing pressure behind my eyes and nose, and sometimes moves to the top of my head and behind head, my eyes feel a little dry but no blurriness, don't really have pain just pressure, it does not cause dizziness. Sometimes when I lay on my pillow the pressure seems like it is more, then when I lift my head seems to ease the pressure. Just really curious on what this could be. My nose seems somewhat clogged but not much. When I hold one nostril and blow out of it, seems to clog my ear then I need pop my ear. I do not have any other symptoms. But the more I think about it the more worried I get. Would really appreciate the feed back. I don't have medical insurance atm and I don't know if I should check into the hospital to get checked out or not, just kinda scared and worried at the same time don't want it being something serious.
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