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... A pounding head, its as if I can feel the pulse in my head at all times. ... (19 replies)
... head pounding, and blurry vision from time to time and I had been given Diamox for this. I also had difficulty breathing, jaw stiffness, and neck tightness from time to time and my heart would race. This would come and go in waves and be so unpredictable. ... (0 replies)
Finally worried
Jan 5, 2004
... I have had many symptoms in the last months that I have ignored, mostly becuase I have been dealing with cervical problems. ... (1 replies)

... hey rod,the more i hear about this the more i am starting to wonder if this really isn't a muscle type issue.women tend to carry their stress in there upper back and neck area while men carry it more in their heads,around the head? ... (11 replies)
... just to compare 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. ... (11 replies)
... you know,I don't think i have ever heard of getting an actual tension type headache on only one side of your head at a time? ... (2 replies)
... Hello All, I too suffer from the pounding noise in my head. ... (19 replies)
... Wow, thank you Scout and Cindy for all your info. and kind thoughts. I have suffered from lyme in the past and "neurological lyme" so sometimes my symptoms can get confusing regarding what is causing what. ... (6 replies)
... I have pain when bending over which feels like pressure, and sometimes has pounding in my ears, its only on one side, and closer to the back although sometimes more by my temple also. ... (1 replies)
... I have mitral valve prolapse. In June 2002 I had a stress echo done by my cardio. I can't do the treadmill, so it was a drug induced one. ... (3 replies)
... I search it up on the net and found that tonsillar descent is a serious neurological disorder where the bottom part of the brain, the cerebellum, descends out of the skull and crowds the spinal cord, putting pressure on both the brain and spine and causing many symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... I live in Canada and therefore covered by the government for my healthcare needs. ... (12 replies)
... I am having many of the symptoms you are mentioning. I have an appt to see a neurologist this Thursday and I guess he will be scheduling a MRI. I'm very nervous. ... (9 replies)




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