Our expert says:
There are so many possible causes for such a pain, and a virus is a really unlikely one. Sinus infection could do it, and there are some forms of facial pain of neurological origins, which resp[ond to rather different treatments.
Any properly competent government hospital or even clinic should be able to put you together with a competent doctor who can take a careful history and do a careful general examination, and run a few tests to clarify what this may be and how best to clear it up.
You will need to tell the doctor all about what has and hasn't worked, but try to not sound too desperate when arranging the appointments - you don't want to scare them off !
Pain problems are either very easy to spot and clear up, or they need proper care and careful review and work - and can usually then be cleared up.
Also explore whether you can get an appointment in the Department of Psychiatry or general medicine at your nearest medical school - the presence of medical students can be useful, as they are interested, have more time, and can ask their senior staff for advice whenever they need it
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