I have been experienceing "noseaches" for over 15 months. Started with sinus infection, when that was over started with tingling throbbing pain across my nose, tooth, nostril, eye on one side. When I lie down its much worse and my nose gets stuffy. I have been treated with various nasal steroids and allergy meds. I have tried narcotics, prednisone, 4 different antibiotics, had surgery for deviated septum, occipital nerve blocks, amitriptylene, gabapentin, imitrex, topamax, cymbalta, I could go on. The only thing that has helped has been the prednisone and obviously I can't take that long term. I have seen 4 ENT, 4 neurologists, primary care, allergist, had ct scan and 2 MRIs done with no abnormalties. I read about sphenopalatine neuralgia and I see myself. I would like to be referred to a specialist in this treatment. I am now involved at a headache clinic even though I repeatedly say I don't have a headache. I understand that there is a test or treatment involving lidocaine dripped directly on the sphenopalatine nerve. How do I get to the right specialist. More importantly, do my symptoms sound like this syndrome. I plan to explore this more with my doctor which is 12 days away.