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Reply: It feels like my brain is moving when I jump. Any ...
Well as you can see I suggested intracranial hypotension (spinal csf leak) as a possible...More
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A bulging temple vein really points to migraine in my world. So does the vision changes. ...More
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I have never heard that this could be a side effect of beta-blockers. However, strange...More
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Strange that it gets better when keeping your head down, isn't it?
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Reply: Severe Exertion Headaches - need advice
The ct scan won't give anything the mri doesn't. This type of headache could have organic...More
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Reply: Head pain/pressure from sneezing, coughing or laug...
Hi! You should definitely check this up. These kind of symptoms could be a form of...More
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When the blood pressure drops upon standing it is called orthostatic hypotension. People...More
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It has been discovered that I am suffering from a syndrome called postural orthostatic...More
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How is it going with the celiac? Are you trying a gluten free diet? Is it working? Best...More
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Hi! Just wanted to see if anyone had any progress, found any working medication or similar....More
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