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Indentation on the forehead after multiple sinus infections, broken nose. Need help

I had been sent to sapf in 2007 it s tdcj & gateway program, while I was there I had approx 8 sinus infections ,I was released about 7 months and about 4 months Later I noticed this indention in my head in the center forehead ,I have servere sinus problems , nose broken 2-3 times concerned and wonder if Safp is responsible for not giving me the medical attention when I requested it, the nasal brakes where not at that time
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Dear Patient,

well sinusitis happen to be recurring hard to treat problem specially with history of broken nose . they will cause headache and pain in your forehead . what you could do is visit and ENT specialists they can do sinus wash, and if the broken nose problem causing an obstruction of the sinuses outlet they would know that after examination and recommend the appropriate procedure for that issue .

best regards ,
Answered: Sun, 9 Jun 2013
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