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Chronic migraines, risotomy on neck, have painful knot on the eyebrow area, mild blurriness. Sinus swelling?

I have chronic migraines and have had 2 risotomy s on my right neck . That nerve goes up and over into my eye and causes one of my migraines. I ve been sick with a bronchial infection and have asthma as well. If I touch my eyebrow in a certain spot, I have a small knot. It s painful without touching and the pain is going into my eye as well. I m also experiencing a little blurryness. The pain is along the nerve from my neck into my eye, but I m concerned about the knot. Is it possibly sinus swelling since I ve been extremely ill?
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
THERE IS SINUS INFECTION
I THINK GET XRAY PNS WATERS VIEW AND CONSULT ENT SPECIALIST DOCTOR WHO CAN TREAT IT
ALL YOUR SYMPTOMPS ARE DUE TO CHRONIC SINUSITIS
AND EVEN THE MIGRANE HEAD ACHES CAN BE THE RESULT OF CHRONIC SINUSITIS
IF YOU TREAT SINUSES FROM EXPERT ENT SPECIALIST YOU CAN BE FRREE OF MANY NUMBER OF PROBLEMS WRITTEN BY YOU
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