|Sounds like you are having sinus problems.
Have you visited a doctor already?
Have you noticed that the pain and pressure in the face is much worse when bending forwards?
Do you have a blocked nose with discoloured mucus, which tends to drain down the back of the nose into the throat?
|Facial pain and pressure especially in the forehead, temples, cheeks, nose and behind the eyes are symptoms of sinusitis.
Anything that inflames the membranes of the sinus cavity or blocks the sinus passages from draining normally can cause sinusitis (allergies, viral and bacterial infections, and nasal polyps).
Are you experiencing persistent cough especially during the day?
Do you have sore throat and feel fatigue?
|I'm sure you only have sinuses issue and nothing else.
It has been more than three months since you got these symptoms, so your condition of reoccurring or constant symptoms for longer than 12 consecutive weeks, is known as a case of chronic sinusitis.
All signs and symptoms of chronic sinusitis are causing significant fatigue (mainly from lack of good rest)
Headaches, along with nasal obstruction or congestion and difficulty breathing through the nose, are dominant symptoms.
Are you experiencing sore throat and bad breath, too?
|Is your headache dull or like feeling of fullness, that starts after you are up and about in the morning, then lasts until late in the afternoon?
When suffering sinusitis, excessive nasal and sinus secretions are produced, and accumulate in the throat or back of the nose (mucus from the back of the nasopharynx drips down the back of the throat)
This is know as post nasal drip, and it is one of main symptoms of sinusitis (causes discomfort or a feeling of a lump in the throat and constant need to clear the throat)
It's most noticeable in mornings.
|Can you, please, explain the blocked feeling in your eyes?
Do you feel pain between your eyes?
Are you experiencing tenderness when the sides of your nose are palpated or touched?