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Cluster headaches, ears ringing, pain in thighs. Taking steroids to make markers normal. Symptoms persist

My wife is suffering from cluster headaches , ringing in the ears, pain in the back of her head (at the top of the spine ), and aching on the inside of her thighs. She has been to hospital where blood samples were taken and her markers were described as high, so the Doctor put her on steroids this has reduced the markers to normal but not cured her she is still experiencing the same symptoms
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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it might be allergic sinusitis as infection of sinuses lead to post nasal drip headaches gerd eading to pain in thigh steroids treat it but not cures
get xray pns waters view and get treated on allergy guidelines
till then use metronidazole 200 mg bd for 7 dya and sos
add antiallergic tab ebastine 10 mg bd for 3 wk
liquid antacid tds
tab flunarazine 5 mg night
continue 3 wk till diagnosis
Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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