Upper Spine Pain?
I have been suffering from sinusitis since more or less 5 years ago, I have also passed the treatment 1 time Gurah and 6 times Physiotherapy. However, about the last 2 months I felt bone pain in the upper back and chest. If I may know it has something to do with my Sinusitis?
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Sinusitis or sinus infection is inflammation that occurs in the sinus wall cavity. Inflammation due to sinusitis causes the cavity is unable to discharge the fluid as it should, so that mucus forms. Symptoms that are often complained of include blocked nose or painful pressure on the face and headaches.
Some complications caused by the danger of sinusitis include:
Osteomyelitis Is an infection of the bones in the front of the head that causes swelling of the eyelids, high fever, severe headaches, nausea and vomiting and pain when seeing light. This condition needs to be confirmed with a CT scan.
Eye socket infection is an infection of the tissue in the back of the eye socket. This condition is the most frequent complication of sinusitis which is characterized by swelling of the eyelids, visual disturbances, difficulty moving the eyeball, and other eye disorders based on the location of the infection.
Infection of blood vessels around the sinuses with symptoms include eyelid drops, pain around the eyes, headaches, and fever.
Meningitis is an infection that occurs when inflammation occurs in the protective membranes of the brain, fluid, symptoms including high fever, severe headaches, stiff neck, difficulty walking, confusion, nausea and vomiting.
Some things to look out for are
- Pain around the eyes or eyes do not function normally such as blurred vision, buying pain is moved
- red or swollen eyes
- Severe head pain
- High fever
- Feeling nauseous, vomiting
- Difficulty in moving limbs
- Loss of consciousness.
If you get the following symptoms should consult the condition immediately to the ENT specialist so that it can be treated with as much as possible.
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