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Facial Pain - Empty Nose Syndrome

Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) | Last Active: Sep 22, 2021 | Replies (61)

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@colleenyoung

Hi @barbarn
Threads are called "discussions" on Connect. Connect is organized by groups. See all the groups in the Group Directory: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/groups/

In each group are multiple Discussions on various topics.

Discussions related to RLS/PLMD can be found in the Sleep Health group and other groups. Here are a few to get you started:
– Restless Leg Syndrome https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/restless-leg-syndrome-2a74e5/
– restless legs syndrome (RLS) and mirtazapine https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/facial-pain-empty-nose-syndrome/
– Is this RLS (restless leg syndrome) https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/is-this-rls-restless-leg-syndrome/

And of course, you started this great discussion:
– Peripheral neuropathy, RLS and PLMD https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/peripheral-neuropathy-rls-and-plmd/

I found these discussion by using the Search function. Learn more how:
– Search – It can help you! https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/search-it-can-help-you/

Hope this helps.
Colleen

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I attribute these symptoms as being related to ENS, having anxiety and a nervous disorder. I find myself shaking my legs or just having to constantly move and flex. It is hard to relax with ENS. I watch YouTube videos for relaxation, sleep meditation, healing and try and use lots of homeopathic remedies, essential oils, multi vitamins, PH water with electrolytes. I know that my body is compensating and it is hard to pinpoint everything that is going on but I can tell you that my body is in stress mode/ fight or flight constantly which is why more rest is required for repair. I also believe that the head pain in the back of my head at the base of my skull is so prominent that it minimizes some of the other symptoms of ENS. I have the dry nose, dry eyes, air intake oxygen problem too along with vertigo, ears ringing and popping. It is becoming the norm for me. Trying to survive and cope. I found a support group on Facebook, it really helps to talk to others going through these changes from ENS. I'm sure there are other diagnosis related to it but hard to get proper diagnosis and cause. With the skull base pain, I was told by ENT that it is not related to my sinus surgery and I should see my primary dr, who told me to go back to ENT who told me to go back to primary. Finally result from X ray indicated I have spondlylosis of the neck. I'm going really, I have never had any problem like that with my neck before the surgery.

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