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I have been having pain on and above my right eyebrow. This

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I have been having pain on and above my right eyebrow. This has been going on for more than a week. My doctor said no infection by looking up my nostril.

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Has your eyes or vision been affected at all?

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Do you have any cold symptoms or cough? How about post nasel drip?

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Is there any area of swelling or tenderness when you press around where the pain is?

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I look forward to your response so that we can figure out what is causing your pain.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Dr. Rick,


No, eyes or vision have not been affected. No cold symptoms or cough but always have some degree of post nasal drip. There is pain and tenderness on and around affected area.


Pat

It sounds to me like you have a sinusitis. This can be from many issues like bacterial infection, viral infection, allergies etc.

Looking up your nose is not enough to evaluate for this issue. I would suggest, at the very least, sinus xrays.

Once the specific cause is found then I'm confident that appropriate treatment can be found to make you feel better.

If you would like to have your primary care MD have a look at you I think that would be fine but, of course, the most knowledgeable doctor would be an ENT physician.

Does this make sense to you?

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