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Suffer with anemia and migraine, have continuous dizziness, lump on the side of neck, mild pain at the back of jaw. Causes?

Yes please, I ve noticed dizziness for the past month or so and today I found a lump in my neck on the right side. I have a small pain at the very back of my jaw on the right side as well. I suffer from migraines (not sure if that matters). I do suffer from inemia. I m a little worried now and I ve booked an apt. to see my Dr. today at lunch. I would like to know what questions to ask to better understand what this might be?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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seem to me sinusitis and sinus headache is mis iagnosed with migraine
the post nasal drip in throat cause lymphnode enlargent in neck leading to the lump in neck
as the jaw is related to sinus it also so pain in back of jaw
anemia may be due to pain killers used for headaches and sinus can also cause dizziness
get xray pns wates view and get ent doctor consultation to treat it
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