I recently had ct scan of my sinus and to my surprise it came back normal. I was told that my excruciating pain and pressure in my face were actually migraines. I always thought that the change in weather caused my sinus cavity to block. Then when relief finally came I imagined the mucous draining from the sinus cavities. Well ent explained that there was no mucous and the pain and pressure I am feeling when I have a "sinus headache" was actually dilated blood vessels in my face caused by a migraine. I also get a horrible kink in back of neck that comes with the pain. I've suffered from these "sinus" attacks since early 20's. Now turning 60 they have gotten worse. They last all day and If i'm lucky will have relief sometime the next morning. Advil does nothing. Will be seeing a neuro next month. The thing is I never hear anyone describe their migraine symptoms as incapacitating facial pressure and pain . I don't even know if it's a throbbing sensation because the pressure and pain is so severe. Anyone else please.