Posted by kris
on September 25, 2000 at 18:34:18:
In Reply to: Light-Headedness and Sinus Pain posted by Roland on August 19, 2000 at 16:50:17:
: Hey Roland...i agree with the previous message from(cut throat); tri-chlormetron it is a good over the counter, although it is a bit more expensive than the others. I had good success with it myself after about 2 weeks. Also, i found polyhistine to work well which is a prescription med. Currently, i am using products from newtonlabs.com which are working very well(sinus &cold, and pollen weed formulas)..definitely check those out...these formulas along with various others are formulated to help your body beat allergies. Furthermore, i am slowly doing away with the meds. We have very similar symptoms;however, i also have a eustacian tube dysfunction which causes many problems for me. Please post a message & tell me how things are going.
: Symptoms: started with common cold, and massive pain inbetween eyes upon landing after a long flight. Then 3 months of light-headedness, lack of concentration, light fever for a few weeks, constant floating feeling, inability to focus mentally. (Seems to have found renewed strength during hay-fever allergy season). Frequent headaches and pain in forehead, and face, sometime other parts of head. Sometimes would get better, but with a touch of alcohol, or without logical reason, the symptoms would be severe again. Tried anti-biotics, anti-histamines,topical steroids (nasal Sprays), etc. Sinus xray was normal. Now time for a CT scan. Any ideas? Is this chronic sinusitis? Bariosinusitis? I can usually deal with the headaches and pain, but not the dizziness and constant spaciness? If you have had such symptoms and were able to find your way back into normality, please let me know what you did. Thks, Roland