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"Cyst" or Other Annoying Trouble In Your Left Maxillary Sinus?

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posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 12:48 AM
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I'm pretty sure you're thinking of Boulder and Las Vegas.




posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 12:51 AM
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Originally posted by Wiseupall
Just accept it - the guy is not well.


Here's some lite reading for you:


Ad hominem
en.wikipedia.org...


An ad hominem (Latin: "to the man"), also known as argumentum ad hominem, is an attempt to link the validity of a premise to a characteristic or belief of the person advocating the premise.The ad hominem is a classic logical fallacy...


Anything else to add to the discussion besides "The guy isn't well"?



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 01:07 AM
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posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 01:39 AM
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You have to admit..the OP was pretty dead on with the LEFT sinus thing..quite a few of us have it..not explained by doctors...medicine does not help...I mean..hey..the way that things are going lately..I'm up to believing it!...I just dont want to go with the grey's..they dont seem real friendly.



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 11:18 AM
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He made his choice....He shoulda took the blue pill.....Then he'd have just woke up in his own bed ....like this was all just some bad dream......But he hadta take the RED PILL.....DIDNT"CHA......



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 11:21 AM
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Welcome...to the world of the real.... This is who WE are



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 07:41 PM
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Originally posted by strokker
Welcome...to the world of the real.... This is who WE are


Glad to be here. Red pill was sweet in mouth, but bitter in stomach. Still glad to be here though.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 08:54 AM
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I've had trouble with my left nostril for a while now. I noticed it around 7 years ago, I asked my doc what he thought the problem was and he told me I have a deviated septum. So I have trouble breathing through my nose in general because I can't take a proper breath with just my nose.

So that's as close as I have to what you're describing. And if this has anything to do with 2012, read my sig.

Being overtly cryptic is quite annoying though...so maybe you could just spill the beans? If people don't like what you have to say then they'll probably be just as annoyed as they already seem to be.



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 05:46 PM
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I gotta tell ya. I registered on the site but have enjoyed reading alot more than watching myself type. However, while other topics can be beyond facinating, this one hits every close to my heart, er, face.

I have a confirmed diagnosis of 2 types of face neuralgia by 3 neurologist/neurosurgeons for a problem that seemed to start in 04/05. I have an implant story, which at the time really screwed me up then and recently it has come back to haunt me, but I'm getting off topic.

My facial neuralgias theoretically began when I suffered a bout of shingles, which actually did not manifest itself externally as many typically do, thus, I was unable to stop the virus from damaging my nerves as even though I live in Canada, antivirals were beyond rediculous in price for al university student so I could not afford them until after the viral shedding stage.

Months later my excruciating face pain began, just as these conditions do and it has really never let up. I have had 2MRIs, at least one CT scan which all suggested the diagnosis mentioned above. Imaging results showed that my particular face pain was not due to any 'visible' demylenation of the nerves in the left side of mny face. Additionally, no impingments were seen pressing onto a nerve. I was almost on the verge of going in for brain surgery for a microvascular decompression but the thought of having a 1/2-1" whole bored into your head does not really currently appeal so one deals with the pain as you can, nes pas?

Anyhow, until it gets to be completely incapicitating, my brain cherry ain't getting popped.

Additionally, perhaps embarrisingly, I have reason to believe that something was placed into my head, namely into my brainstem itself. One night in 2004, I woke up with a major panic episode, I felt I had something inserted into the back of my neck as my head was pushed up. I believe IF something was inserted, it released what felt like an endorphin rush to knock me back out - and I do not fall asleep easily. Very soothing feeling at a time when I should be needing a syringe full of IV Ativan if I have had a device sunk into the very core of the nervous system. I woke up and my memory of the 'incident' gradually got better. I had no idea how I moved perpendicular to the way I slept every day of my life - against a wall to the outside in my bedroom - partially sitting up.

Thing is; I do not believe I was taken anywhere, purely in the physical sense. Unless they came in a grabbed me at 3AM, it seemed whatever happened involved a species very adept at the tricky art of phase transition - it's like they just reached through the outside wall and drove my fancy chip home.

Up to then, this could have easily just been a stupid bad dream, except that I woke up with what looked like wart I have never seen before exactly where I felt something being driven it. The wart was an odd texture and I resigned myself to the fact that an uncomfortable wart removal may have been needed.

A week later, this is zero evidence of any blemish in that area. Not much else to say about this without sounding like a nutter, but I am bloody terrified that in the unlikely event there IS something in there, anything attached to the brain stem/pons/medulla - wherever it actually is, removal of anything from that site would likely be wired to kill the host (and where could there be a better spot?) if the entities are concerned about their tech being discovered. I have read of people who have apparently taken implants out but they're rarely photographed. I would like to reiterate that I was not into this alien abduction # and never really has - I know how people would react to you saying you know you have an implanted device in your head,

Fast forward to 2010 - I saw a ufo over Edmonton in august. My face pain is debilitating and I see what appeared to be an incredible UFO, almost seeming to want to show what it or its ship could do. Actually 3 sighting in the past 3 weeks and 2 more in 2010 as well. The pain got worse each time I saw whatever I saw (and there was a plethora of different technologies seen during those times).

Back to topic;

Due to this insane theory, I am a little apprehensive to have my head cut open unless it is critical, don't really know if there is a 'kill' switch but I would rather the drills stay clear of the parts of the brain I like and any crystal or biological computer processing centers monitoring who-knows-what.

Fast forward to 2011 and I find notes from the neurosurgeon I saw who ordered 2 MRIs. He also noted that I...wait for it...had a pretty good sized cyst in my left maxillary sinus - it has not hurt up until 2 days ago and I now get that horrific buzzing as well as other unique symptons. It isn't a sinus infection, I went to my main doc today and mentioned my sinuses. No major pressing issues found on simple inspection.

I found this thread mentioning maxillary sinus issues, especially on the left side and felt it was a good a time as any to post. I would love for this subject not to die, but perhaps I'm too late to the party.



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 04:27 AM
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it's never too late to the party. i had similar problems 2 years ago which rendered me bed ridden, face on fire, pain wash over the brain, firework show with eyes shut and diminished vision. touch wood things are back to normalish except the nasal thing.
i was prescribed a course of drugs that to say the least had me bouncing off the walls within a week. after a further week of torment i stopped taking them and decided to risk a couple of days in the sticks alone.
it did help me focus on the basics again without too many problems arising like obligations,impending bills etc.
i guess we can all enlighten each other with our experiences and i assure you regarding the face pain thing, i simply spend a day or two exposed to the elements and it settles down.
regards f



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 11:38 AM
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Originally posted by fakedirt
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it's never too late to the party. i had similar problems 2 years ago which rendered me bed ridden, face on fire, pain wash over the brain, firework show with eyes shut and diminished vision. touch wood things are back to normalish except the nasal thing.
i was prescribed a course of drugs that to say the least had me bouncing off the walls within a week. after a further week of torment i stopped taking them and decided to risk a couple of days in the sticks alone.
it did help me focus on the basics again without too many problems arising like obligations,impending bills etc.
i guess we can all enlighten each other with our experiences and i assure you regarding the face pain thing, i simply spend a day or two exposed to the elements and it settles down.
regards f


Can I ask if you were ever given been a concrete diagnosis? Only option the specialists are giving me is heavy duty pain drugs too. I do not want brain impairment of any type so I live with it.

Your goes away OUT in the elements? I have not heard of that. That is a massive trigger to mine and it is not super fun when you live in Northern Alberta.



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 01:07 PM
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hi 00021
apologies for the delay in my reply. during the onset of the 'illness' i visited my doctor with the aid of my wife. he referred me to a specialist on more than one occasion. i received no appointments or word whatsoever so i dug my heals in for the duration. the medication 'tegretol' (sp) drove me to the point of insanity compounded by the inability to sleep due to 24/7 light show with eyes closed. my doctor stated it could be tri-geminal neuralgia. when i could actually focus my eyes,i google it and read as many sites as i could.
facial neuralgia was constantly on fire and after stopping the tablets, i decided i needed to escape the confines of the home. on a number of occasions i could not even pack my rucksack without collapsing but i cracked on.
my reasoning behind going out in the sticks was to try and attempt to find my ground. i love the outdoors and as it was winter i decided to try and desensitise my face by exposing myself to the environment. i happened to have frostnip in my feet from many years ago during alpine winter mountain living. this indeed subsided when i exposed them to the elements again. i don't know if it would work for anyone elso but it did the trick for me. the pain in my face diminished. i spent a lot of time outdoors in the wild and can say it helped. i was also worried that i would not be able to do these things again and that spurred me to push on.
still have the nasal issue and a slight touch occasionally in the face but thankfully i have been good for 19 months and fitter.
pain killers to me were not an option. i just don't feel comfortable taking any meds.
f



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 01:14 PM
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Shouldn't this be in the Medical forum?



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 01:26 PM
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it is in the skunk works at the behest of no.6.
2nd
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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 01:05 AM
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Originally posted by fakedirt
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hi 00021
apologies for the delay in my reply. during the onset of the 'illness' i visited my doctor with the aid of my wife. he referred me to a specialist on more than one occasion. i received no appointments or word whatsoever so i dug my heals in for the duration. the medication 'tegretol' (sp) drove me to the point of insanity compounded by the inability to sleep due to 24/7 light show with eyes closed. my doctor stated it could be tri-geminal neuralgia. when i could actually focus my eyes,i google it and read as many sites as i could.



Did you ever have any imaging scans done? Any evidence of any cysts in the region if so? Kinda sorta trying to un-hijack the thread.


Originally posted by fakedirt
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i love the outdoors and as it was winter i decided to try and desensitise my face by exposing myself to the environment. i happened to have frostnip in my feet from many years ago during alpine winter mountain living. this indeed subsided when i exposed them to the elements again. i don't know if it would work for anyone elso but it did the trick for me. the pain in my face diminished.


Funny you said that - the only relief I have ever found for both the neuralgia issues and whatever this cyst is, is by appying a borderline dangerous hot water bottle to the area, it hurts like crap but it is a bearable pain, not that nerve misery. My only theory was that is shocked the nerves into submission, not unlike your 'technique'.

Any outside information from you, fd, or anyone else, even remotely related to this subject would be helpful - really anything on facial issues and fringe-area theories on them.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 01:10 AM
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Originally posted by this_is_who_we_are

Originally posted by strokker
Welcome...to the world of the real.... This is who WE are


Glad to be here. Red pill was sweet in mouth, but bitter in stomach. Still glad to be here though.


You are still a clown.

Sorry for the one liner.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 01:28 AM
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I am in the midst of my first sinus infection ever. It is on the left side only. I have not been in any situation in which a device could have been placed into my nose. I think I just have a sinus infection. My doc will let me know come this Monday when I go see her.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 04:41 AM
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hi 00021
i do not think no.6 will mind the mini-hijack if it brings about a bit of knowledge.
i was hauled to the doctors nov 08 by my missus. the referrals were made then and i still havn't had word for any scans. christmas day we went to the wifes parents and father in law told me i looked like death slightly cooked!
he's a funny guy. i collapsed not long after arriving and so back to the pit. in all i spent 5 months on my back save for the three day chill out up in the sticks.
i think in certain circumstances heat and cold can have the same effect on the body. trials with blindfolded individuals have shown they cannot tell the two extremes apart. up in the sticks the temp was -7 with added wind chill. i will say it hurt initially and then calmed down.
regarding other info on this subject i will say avoiding odours from cleaning agents, air fresheners and the like is a must. a lot of products contain formaldehyde and when these were used in the house my symptoms became worse. volatile organic compounds also set me off as well.
i don't know what else to write regarding this subject but feel free to u2u me for further info. i am sure this will calm the hijack issue.
anyways good luck in finding an agreeable solution to your condition. touch wood my symptoms do not appear to have surfaced for quite a while now.
regards f



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 04:04 PM
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Hmmm......weirdly I had trouble with the left side of my head/face/nose for a few years.

Like, starting with a headache on the left side that is still there to some degree, sudden onset of long sightedness in my left eye and the left side of my nose has simultaneously been clearer than the right as far as breathing and air going in and out while also aching/dull pain.

Not gonna say it could be more than medical but this whole "left side" thing is interesting.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 04:39 PM
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I've been having trouble with my left sinus for a few weeks, it feels swollen on the inside, like there is something in there. Sometimes my whole left side feels swollen, but it isn't.
I don't belief I'm going somewhere though.
What I do know is that, a year ago my dad had trouble with his sinus and it turned out to be a tumor, he was death within 6 months!
Me, I'm just hoping it goes away as fast as it came, and I prefer to be with both my feet on the ground when it happens.




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