X-rays wouldn't really show much. When I had an X-ray done of my neck it showed the curve of my neckbone being backwards. So I was set up with a MRI to see if I had a herniated disk. The MRI showed degenerative disc disease and a bulging disk. A X-ray won't show those things. It may be disks that are pressing on nerves. I have all of your symptoms and have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia by three family doctors and a reumetologist. I do notice that when I take sinus pills that my symptoms are few. Don't know why. You should ask to see a rheumetologist or a neurologist.
If the headaches are as horrible as you say, no. When the sinuses are infected they produce mucus which creates the pressure which creates the headaches. On xrays (or CTs) normal sinuses look dark gray or black, when there is an infection it is white. Very hard to mistake. Headaches have to be from something else. Keep looking.
Wilhelm Rontgen discovered xrays
They experimented with xrays on the prisoners in the concentration camps. Mostly at Auschwitz.
I just got my xrays taken for my left knee, it was four xrays for $100, it may be more other places
usually the doctor's will take a few xrays before deciding on anything. If the xrays show nothing than no, they will probably tell you to ice than heat and keep repeating it until the uncomfortable feeling goes away. But if the xrays show concerning results they will most likely send you to a orthopedic (bone doctor). Hope this helps!
Xrays are damaging to developing babies. Only as last resort.
No, they did not.
The amount of xrays produced in a photoelectric effect varies. . . . alot.