i've always had allergies to dust as diagnosed by an allergist years ago but never done much about it, sometimes when i woke up in the morning i'd have a stuffy nose and sneezing, symptoms might last for a day or so and then leave, however about 10 weeks ago i woke up with same symptoms, however after a few days my nose wasn't clearing, and in fact getting more clogged along with pressure in between eyes, tiredness and no sense of smell, none of which i experienced before, i also went to ent recently and all my sinuses were cleared on the ct scan, ive been using nasal rinse and steroid spray for the past fortnight but no change, ive even changed all my bedding to the dust proof kind and still sick, can years of neglecting allergies result in a chronic inflammation of the sinuses, im 23, and so fatigued and worn out, nobody around me understands and thinks im imagining it or depressed, is chronic sinusitis permanent from allergies a permanent condition?
... however about 10 weeks ago i woke up with same symptoms, however after a few days my nose wasn't clearing, and in fact getting more clogged along with pressure in between eyes, tiredness and no sense of smell, none of which i experienced before ...
Do you remember any change in diet 10 weeks ago? Any new furniture, rugs, bedding, appliances, electronics? Any changes at work 10 weeks ago?
CHF, A-Fib, HBP, Diabetes, Asthma doing great
⇒ Avoid irritants!
⇒ Made changes based on my 30,182 BP readings.
⇒ Low calorie ovo-vegetarian diet
⇒ Power walk, weight lifts, pushups
The shots are a good option for many people. It will take some time to see improvement, often 6-12 months, but for me it's made a big difference. I still have my allergies, but they are far less bothersome.
I had/have the same problem.It took three years for me on my own to go to an allergist.I was allergy to just about everything,and molds.Sound like you need antibotics as well.Sinus infections can kill you if it gets in the brain.Good luck!! See a Doctor!!