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Forum Name: Miscellaneous Cancer Topics
|earthy - Wed May 09, 2007 12:09 am||
24 female g tags on blood mild enimia , no past surgeries, family history(ovarion cancer, genetic breast cancer, lupus, diabetes,high blood pressure)
MY PROBLEM ... It started when i was a kid every season or when i would get stressedi would get bad headaches sensitive to light, sound, vomiting, , and feling like my stomache was going to shake a loose, and chills in hot weather. then in my teens i would get dizzy and light headed at less once a day, once i became an adult i started seeing occasional beads of light along the side of my vision. now i have blacked out once or twice in my life and i have had one seizer from a head injury as a pre teen. i have never used drugs and i occasional have a drink. i have excellent blood pressure averages 101/67. what do you think is the possible problem????
|Dr. Chan Lowe - Sat Jun 09, 2007 1:52 pm||
It sounds like you're having migraine headaches. The dizziness, vision spots, etc. can be associated with migraines as well. If they are happening daily or even more than 3-4 times per month you may want to talk to your doctor about a controller medicine.
Before starting any medicine you should see a doctor to confirm or rule out my suspicion of migraine. Keep in mind I haven't been able to examine you.
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