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Have numb sinuses above palate towards back throat, choke. Had unsuccessful sinus surgeries, nerve damage causing, have asthma

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I have this sensation of fullness/numbness in my sinuses just above my pallet and towards the back of my throat all the time. Sometimes it wakes me up at night because I feel like I am going to choke.

I have had three sinus surgeries to repair this but all have been unsuccessful. My last ENT suggested nerve damage but I can't recall the name of the disease is or what may cause this.

Just a note: I was involve in the search and rescue efforts at Ground Zero on 911 and was there for three months. I was diagnosed with severe Asthma in March of 2012.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
chronic allergic sinusitis converting to allergic asthma
in case of allergies if you operate sinuses manypatients land into asthma
get allergy tests dne with special focus to foods milk wheat rice nuts potato chana
and for dusts and pollens
for foods elimination diet
and for asthma and sinuses go for sublingual immunotherapy your sinuses and asthma will be controlled perfectly
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