Has anyone ever had this?

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I experience a gentle dizzy spell, then my face,cheeks, and forehead fill with pressure. Then My left ear becomes plugged along with my left dostril becomes plugged. I have to continue to hold my nose while blowing out to relieve pressure in left ear. All of this cuases a very unbalanced feeling. I have had this for several years every day. It can happen atleast 3 times in a day and last for hours. 

Just can not believe anxiery could do this for such a long time. 

Any thoughts ??

I saw ENT and nueroligist 2 years ago with ct scan and mri. Northing showed up.

The past 3 months have been worse for me.

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  • Posted

    These are common anxiety symptoms.

    You have to learn to cope with themcool

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  • Posted

    yes could well be just anxiety, or some sinus problems - very common either way
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    Its just anxieties. You said your ear has pressure in it do you think this could be related to ear problems. Have you had your ears checked out. If i were you I would have your ears checked out because it can be related to ear infections or loss of hearing have it checked out 

    Elizabeth

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      Hey there,

      No I have had ears checked and they are fine. Cat scan said my sinuses are okay too. The neurologist thinks it is migraine but I have no headache. All they want to do is give you pills. I bber have headaches but I do get ocular migraines about twice a year but no headache.(ocular migraines are only flashing in the eyes) This really drives me crazy

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      Hi there, Yes I understand that but to have this every day for several years. Sometimes I connect it will the weather. When the clouds are moving quickly or when barametric pressure drops or increase alot
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  • Posted

    Have you seen dentist? Sounds like TMJ. Can string along with anxiety sadly.Do you grind or clench your teeth? 
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      You might  have a tmj flare up going on. Ihad that a few weeks back. Jaw hurt tingling..awful. Now have sinus infection out of nowhere. Face sinuses.  Make sure your mouthgaurd is in good shape. Eat soft foods for about two weeks, nothing chewy or crunchy and hopefully it will calm itself down. If it feels worse over the next few days just pop in an urgi senter or see your Gp or doc in case it is your sinuses as well. I had no clue except crazy headaches and some tinnitus sounds started and then my bp raises from anxiety and it all became a huge mess.im hoping in a few days it all calms itself down now. But started similiar to you with a tmj flare up. 
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  • Posted

    Sounds anxiety related. I suffer from anxiety and panic attacks and when I'm extremely anxious one of my sinuses starts dripping like a faucet...along with dizziness and typical anxiety symptoms.
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      Hi i was wondering if you were ever standing up and you get this feeling like medicine is being pumped through your neck head back of throat and nostrils. Have you had this before? Basically like i have eaten something spicy and the spice is still lingering. I cant figure this one out

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      Hi Elizabeth. ..umm I'm not sure what you mean but when the sinus thing happens it's literally like a dripping faucet. It started over a year ago...sometimes has a scent to it. It's really weird. Only happens when I'm extremely anxious tho 😕.

      When I eat food alot of the time some reminents of food go up in the sinus. And I end up blowing it out of my nose.

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