3 weeks later the swelling on my cheekbone had still not went down had 2 courses of antibiotics my doctor sent me to hospital my sinnises were check had x ray then a month later had ct scan of sinnises all have come back clear the swelling has went down but now getting swollenglands and tightness under my jaw and down right side of neck the specialist said it was the antidepressents that were giving me the signs of sinnisitus my doc has now changed my antidepressents but sometime during every
For the past year my symptoms have gone from mild to severe! It started off with light muscle twitching on my lower left jaw and i felt this area was quite swollen - then my gums have been slightly swollen and sore like pounding,pulsating!
Its now day 9 and I am still having this brownish/red discharge and cramps. Also the lymph nodes in my groin are <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>swollen</span>.
I also have a cold sore on my inner right cheek right now.
NOTICE: all my symptoms are on my RIGHT side.
Also it seems like a muscle on right right side of the back of my neck is swollen also.
I am also dizzy at times.
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