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CT scans for sinusitis

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I've had 2 CT scans. The first confirmed i had chronic sinusitis but the second showed i was clear. I still have the same symptoms so is it possible the second scan was wrong? I can't understand what was causing the problems in the first place if it wasn't sinusitis. Thanks.


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replied June 29th, 2010
Sinusitis Answer A13674
Thanks for using this forum....

Chronic sinusitis presents with breathing difficulty and headaches...You seem to be having chronic fatigue syndrome and some depression..consult a neurologist to help wyou with some newer drugs..you should keep a general level of fittness and try stree relieving excersises like meditation,yoga etc to control the symptoms...


take care....


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