I wish I could explain the bizzare symptoms I have been expierencing. I get profound fatigue along with symptoms of a sinus infection that results in extreme pressure in both ears,with ringing that drives me crazy. Then my jaw and throat become very constricted feeling. I feel light headed and totally disconnected. It is very scary feeling. I have had allergies for years. I injured my neck a few years ago and have developed arthritis in my cervical spine. I feel sometimes as though I am not recieving enough blood flowing to my head. It is so difficult to articulate how I feel to doctors. They are baffled and I am so frustrated! I am looking for any information to find a diagnosis. All the obvious have been ruled out. Can arthritis diminish blood flow and create any of thse symptoms?
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