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Severe headache, pain in wisdom tooth, restricted nasal passage. Cure for symptoms?

every couple of days in the evening time i get very severe headaches behind my left eye which then spreads from front to back of my head and often get pain on wisdom teeth. the pain lasts more or less for half an hour. my left nasal passage isn't blocked but restricted and i find it difficult to clear. if i can make myself sneeze it helps clear my nostril and eases the headache. I do a nasal rinse once a week. is there any thing else i can do to help reduce the pain. i don't take painkillers because the headaches normal subside by the time the painkillers take effect.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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if you are having troubles it means you are having sinuses as the sinus infection leads to these symptomps initally problem is less and it can be cleared without med but as it increases it troubles a lot
you must get xray pns waters view done and consul ent specialist for permanent cure
now you take anti allergic allegra 120 mg od for 7 days
apply neomycin h eye ointment in nose bd
sea water drops in the nose 2 drops bd
this can clear your sinuses and when sinuses are cleared off mucus your headache will be normal
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