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... why is my head pounding (0 replies)
... It has been almost 4 years now since the pounding in my head became continuous. I have had zero progress in getting a diagnosis or finding any treatment that helps the pounding. I still have the vertigo as well. ... (22 replies)
... Hallo brother. Same here. Seems we just have to live with it. (22 replies)

... ,,When I try to get to sleep I often feel like I am falling off the bed, which gives me a jolt of adrenaline that wakes me up". This I have been experience too. But it has stopt now.Must be some nerves playing around:) I have had too ask my husband to get a hold on me so I don't "fall of the bed,, Bára (22 replies)
... kg. I have been in great health all my life. ... (1 replies)
... years, I will have this random thing happen where I am walking somewhere and suddenly my head will start to throb and I can hear a whoosh like my pulse in my ears. It muffles all external sounds. It usually lasts for 15 seconds to a minute. ... (1 replies)
... It isn't auditory so it isn't Tinnitus. Its a pounding pulse I feel throughout my head and vertigo with it. If I clench my teeth a little I can feel it in my teeth as well. If I am moving around enough I don't notice the pounding pulse that much but the vertigo is still there. ... (22 replies)
... With each pulse, a pounding pulse in my head, it feels like my head moved in a quick circle even though I was perfectly still. ... (22 replies)
... I am a 47 yr old healthy woman. I started exercising about 3 months ago to try and lose about 25 unwanted pounds. Everything has been going fine with my exercise routine. ... (2 replies)
... Marcia, I appreciate your persistence with my thread. My mother keeps telling me that she thinks what I'm experiencing is stress related. I keep saying that I don't think that is what it is. ... (11 replies)
... Well I go back to the docs at the end of the month. So far I've found that Ativan and Xanax seem to make short work of whatever is going on with my head and hopefully I can keep taking those until I found out what exactly is going on. ... (11 replies)
... I just got the results back and the doc's office said my CT Scan came back negative. The only thing was that the scan showed was "mucus retention in the left maxillary sinus. ... (11 replies)
... Marcia, thanks for your insight. It's not that I'm opposed to having these tests done but my main thing is I don't have health insurance so whatever I need to have done is probably going to come out of pocket for me. ... (11 replies)
... the two.sometimes a raise in BP can create that same type of sensation.i know exactly what it is you are describing as i also get this.sometimes it is a raise in my BP and sometimes there doesn't really appear to be a 'good' reason for it. ... (11 replies)
... pounding in my head. ... (11 replies)
... I didnt get to see it. im on and off here when i dont have my head pounding off my shoulders every day or every other day..Sorry i missed it. This board needs some good news!! Keep it coming!! ... (6 replies)
... I am not sure if i suffer from this but i do know when i excersice or when by heart rate increases I feel every pulse in my head, uncomfortable when your hearts beating 130 bpm! ... (19 replies)
... her sufferers. I can be relaxed enough to fall asleep, seems to lessen before bedtime now, but it never fails to wake me throughout the night. Sometimes hanging my head off the side of the bed helps. Don't know if it's a muscular problem. I've read they tense up and you should try to sleep on your back, hard for me to do. ... (19 replies)
... I also have had the pounding in my head for at least the past 2 years. I have been dismissed by GPs and neurologists and eventualy ended up at an ear, nose and throat specialist. ... (19 replies)
... I too have a pulse in the head, but only when I move my eyes horizontally. That's so bizarre. ... (19 replies)




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