Sinus headache is reported only by a few people who take Alcohol. We study 5,829 people who have side effects while taking Alcohol from FDA and social media. Among them, 3 have Sinus headache. Find out below who they are, when they have Sinus headache and more.
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Alcohol has active ingredients of alcohol. It is often used in stress and anxiety. (latest outcomes from Alcohol 6,391 users)
Sinus headache (headache caused by sinus infections) has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, asthma, osteoporosis, psoriasis (latest reports from 5,784 Sinus headache patients).
On Sep, 21, 2016
5,829 people reported to have side effects when taking Alcohol.
Among them, 3 people (0.05%) have Sinus Headache
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** Reports from social media are used.
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I found relief from sinus/polycythemia headaches by stretching my throat like yawning with my head tilted back. Soon after doing this I feel thick mucus draining down the back of my throat, most likely from my nasal sinus and the headache subsides at least temporarily. When headaches are bad, I need to do this almost constantly so my doctor told me to use an allergy nasal spray such as fluticasone or Flonase. It takes a couple of weeks to work at first but I use it every day now but still have period of persistent headaches. Three ENTs told me I have no sinus issues (MUST have a sinus infection) even though mucus drains out and down my throat each time I stretch my throat out as stated. Yeah, no infection because I have tons of neutrophils (PV condition) running around in me! Since learning I have polycythemia vera, I think the actual biology of the excess mucus may be connected with the poor circulation around my nose and sinuses due to my high hematocrit, now going down with phlebotomy treatments. Also, the increase in mucus could be connected with the higher levels of white blood cells, neutrophils for me mostly. I am looking forward to getting my hematocrit below the recommendation of 42 for women(from the highly reputable 'UpToDate' publications of "evidence based medicine".) If the headaches and mucus draining stop or are at least reduced, I think that would be a very good case to prove PV is responsible. Try the yawn stretch. It may be opening up the Ostia in the nasal passage or it may be increasing blood flow in the carotid artery/veins/capillaries or both.
Hi I rarely drink but when I do the next day when I wake up I am really sick - vomit every 20 mins and also have to go to the toilet ! It's like my whole system shuts down and only12 hours later i will notice my stomach/ bowel making noises again and then I stop being sick. Is there anything I ...
After drinking gin last night I ended up wetting the bed. My boyfriend was asleep next to me and we were at a friends house. I stripped the bed this morning and I don't think my boyfriend noticed as his side was still dry. However he might have noticed the duvet cover was a bit damp when he ...
Hi I am g6pd deficient , diagnosit when I was 23 ..... Doing Gud , living normal life , recently was down with jaundice because of Hepetitus E ( water born).Can any one tell me weither I can use alcohol or not
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