I started amost 4 weeks ago i started throwing up and had diara and then I had a headach and then I could not fall a sleep so I went online and looked up my symopts and the frist thing that came up was brain anurysem and I got so scared I called 911 and they told me I was fine it was just a cold 2 days later I made my husbond take me to ergent care and they told me I had a stingy bug. I have stoped throwing up and no direa but now I have neck pain and back pain with head and nose prusser and it feels like someone is pulling my hair. I went and my doc did blood test and a exsam and I went to the eye doc and they both say I am fine had a ct scan of my head when I went to the er because it was so bad it came back normel. But now I hurt eveywhere and am tired all the time please help I do not know what to do Thanks julieView Thread
It started 3weeks ago I got sick I was having numb and a tingly feeling on my head and then I stared to throwing up and I had diarea and I looked up my symptoms up online and the frist thing to come up ws a brain anurymsem and then he would not get up so I called 911 and then they told me I was fine so I did not go to the er. Two days later we went to ergent care and they said it was a stomch vires and it would go away in 24 hours the throwing up and direa did go away 24 hours latter but the i started to have a lot of head presurer and pain in my neck and a shap pain in my rignt eye when to my doc had some blood test done and after that my husbond went out of town for a week and I was home by myslef and 3 days later I went to the er because my pain would not leave they did a cat scan and it came back normol and today my doc called me and said my blood work was normol. I try to keep telling my slef I am ok but I don't know my husdond tells me it is all in my head I do not know what to doView Thread
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