Pressure Brain

Glen M. Sizemore gmsizemore2 at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 2 06:14:03 EST 2004


You may have damaged your inner ear. See a doctor.



"Joseph" <jos at rhinonet.vision> wrote in message
news:TM5Fc.89534$Ax1.1112726 at news20.bellglobal.com...
> I had a sneeze last night with a fluid (i.e. mouthrinse, small amount) in
my
> mouth. I did so with my mouth closed, without swallowing. A saw a piece of
> snot fly out one nostril very hard - the other seemed to not be used.
> Anyway, with this being the only air opening used being this one nostril,
> great pressure backed up into my head. It has felt rather bad since. It
> might feel ok if I had the flu, but I do not. I just do not feel right,
and
> my head feels out of it. I have tried to make myself sneeze today
(inhaling
> pepper), and I have sneezed a couple of times, but it has not helped. I
> still feel this pressure at the back of my head. My balance is
subjectively
> off, and I am cognitively poor. Could I have damaged my brain any? Surely
> some cells would die, I am supposing, but an informed response from one
who
> understands the anatomy would be nice. What treatment options are
available
> in such a case? Anything for this pressure my brain seems to be dealing
> with?
> I think I may need an MRI to investigate?
>
> I had a good night's rest last night (though cannot remember what I
dreamt).
> I have been on a high dose of vitamin E for a couple of weeks (about 2000
> IU/day). I do not know if that would have an influence here.
>
> I appreciate the informed comments........
>
>





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