I feel the need to reiterate all I've been through within the past 4 months as I find it very difficult to cope with all that's happening to me lately.
On 11-Jul-2016 I got hit in the face by a bus wing mirror, which resulted in multiple facial bones being fractured: the zygoma, left frontal bone and maxillary sinus bone. No op was done because the maxilla facial docs decided surgery is not needed and that the bones will heal on their own within 6-12 weeks. CT scan on the day and no brain lesions have been found. Other than a small amount of extra axial blood which the docs said it was from the bone.
10-Aug-2016: persistent headaches since the date of the accident, anxiety etc hence went private for an MRI scan which revealed that no mass lesions or intracranial bleeding was found except an empty sella which later the GP advised this was congenital. The radiologist said the MRI was clean and nothing clinically significant was revealed as no mass lesions such as tbi or intracranial bleeding.
26-Aug-2016: this is the first time when I spat blood, took a shower then felt blood leaking at the back of my throat.
Throughout October: the situation went from bad to worse in the sense that I had bleeding at the back of throat nearly every single day and noticed how the more I lay on my front or lean forward the more intense the forehead pain is (feels like a band tightly wrapped across the forehead area).
Nov: I started having vertigo when turning sides on bed and the tightness around forehead hasn't left me since the date of the accident , every other day I'd feel the odd blood leaking at the back of the throat. Done ECG and this came back normal as well as the blood tests back in September.
I feel hopeless and my family is on the edge as well as they had to apply for a loan in order to go to eastern Europe and do some MRIs cheaper than in the UK...
Got an ENT referral this coming Monday but it feels like I'm fighting for survival every single day.
Any ideas would be much appreciated. Should I be worried about cancer or a brain tumor considering the MRIs were fine?