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Sore throat, heavy eyes, tingling forehead, why?

Sore throat. the sore throat can be due to allergies. You can buy over the counter Flonase or nasalcort to help with this. The heavy eyes do no normally go with a sore throat. Itchy eyes are more common with allergy. You should get more sleep. I do not really know about the tingling forehead. I would not worry about this. It should resolve. Good luck and feel better! Read more...
Frontal sinusitis. It sounds like acute frontal sinusitis. Most of the time it is caused by viruses such as cold virus by increasing mucus production in the sinuses and this mucus more likely clog the sinuses and cause inflammation. Sinuses are connected and the sore throat is coming from the post nasal drip . Nasal decongestant spray or oral decongestant like sudafed can help you to releave your symptoms. Read more...

I have numbness and a fuzzy feeling in my scalp, face and forehead also fuzzy feeling in limbs and a sore throat which moved from left side to right?

See a doctor. You may just be coming down with a virus, but the numbness in the scalp/face/forehead isn't a common symptom of the usual sore throat/common cold. Sometimes shingles can start as a "nerve"-like feeling, so if you've had chicken pox in the past, and you see a rash start, see a doctor right away, especially if it is on your face (can affect vision if left untreated). Read more...

Tinnitus, stabing pain that lasts for a mostly a minute, popping sound when yawning in one ear. Also a sore throat. Should I be worried?

Get checked. Do you also have a fever? What you describe may be related to an ear infection, but how far that goes can only be determined by a proper physical exam. Please see your doctor as soon as possible so you can get treated if this is the case. The sooner, the better. Read more...

Neck cracking/popping, forehead/scalp tingling, the result of pinched nerves in neck from bulges at C5-C6 and C6-C7 via neck MRI? MRI's and CT's of brain were normal. Thanks.

Does not correlate. The disk bulges at C5-C7 should affect your arm & neck, not the forehead & scalp. Many people live their ENTIRE LIVES with bulging disks & don't complain of any pain, so MRI or CT scan to "diagnose" bulging disks is actually a gross misuse of imaging. Talk to your doctor or a neurologist about your symptoms to undergo accurate testing. Or use HealthTap Prime. Good luck to you; hope you find cause. Read more...