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Cysts in the sinuses???

(5 Posts)
mynaughtylittlesister Fri 19-Apr-13 23:49:52

I have suffered over the last 4 years with numerous sinus infections. I have had 2 operations. Today I saw the ENT Consultant and had a CT scan as I have had 7 sinus infections in as many months. Got the results of of CT scan and apparently now I have cysts! Consultant has said that my sinus openings are good and that its the cysts that are causing the infections.

It was discovered about 6 weeks ago that my immune system is not great and I am waiting for an appointment at the Royal Brompton and this may contribute to the infections.

Has anyone else suffered from these???? What happened to you??? Did it clear?????

I have been told 3 tablets of an anti inflammatory for 3 months, I am so skeptical at the moment its untrue!

mynaughtylittlesister Sat 20-Apr-13 16:08:59

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Hoophopes Sun 21-Apr-13 10:47:39

Hi, I have repeated infections due to immunological conditions. Hopefully your referral will perhaps help you find out what state your immune system is in. I have to take antibiotics every day and snob any infection to treat it with correct ab's at a higher and longer dose. Hope you get some answers and sinus issues abate.

mynaughtylittlesister Sun 21-Apr-13 19:24:22

Thank you for answering Hoophopes. Can I ask with your repeated infections are they the same infections or are they different each time? As in I seem to only get sinus infections and miss out (thankfully) on other nasty lurgies!

Hoophopes Sun 21-Apr-13 19:26:33

They vary, for a long time ear infections, then it seemed to be chest infections for a few years. Now sinus. Thankfully due to anti-biotic regime they are less often and less severe.

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