This past year I have had the same problems. I have dizziness, behind the eye pressure, puffiness under eyes & redness, nasal pressure, some congestion, some post nasal drips, ear ringing and mild hearing loss at times, along with headaches in the back of my head and temple pressure. Had a CT scan on my sinuses that showed a deviated septum, and sinus membrane disease.
Is there any cure for this?? Tried antibiotics (3 times Z-pack, and amoxicilin twice). Tried steroids (oral and nasal). Tried steam inhalation. Tried bi-daily nasal rinses for months in conjunction with steroids. Nothing helps.
The only two options I feel like I haven't tried are ballooning opening up the ostium (narrow passageway between maxillary and ethmoid sinuses), correcting the deviated septum (even though it wasn't a problem int the past), and a drastic change in diet to potentially cure an overgrowth of yeast (candida).
Anyone with these specific symptoms that have found a remedy?
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