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Dizziness, loss of vision. MRI showing inflammation in the sinus cavity. Any suggestions?

While I was sitting down at work I experienced extreme dizziness like I was going to faint, it went away and came right back! Also, for the longest time I've had a blind spot in my corner like at 9 o'clock vision in both eyes! I only notice it when I the other eye does not overlap it! Like if I close one eyes I was see a car come and than disappear in the corner of my eye! I had and MRI the only thing they said was I have inflammation in my sinus cavities! I've had others symptoms like muscle twitching, getting really hot, shaky! My CBC came back good, slightly low salt! Any suggestions?
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
there may be maxillary sinuses along with the infection
thee are three pair f sinuses maxillary ethmoidal and sphenoidal
the infection of ethmoidal sinus put pressure on eye leading to the eye problems
get though examintaion and consult doctor for treatment of sinuses
and if the cause is treated and ressure is decreased it ma also clesr eyeproblem
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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