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Constant headaches. Hearing loss, pricking sensation. Lightheadedness when bent. Pain in legs, diarrhoea, stomach ache. Cause?

Hi, I never ever suffer head aches, but last 6 weeks I seem to constantly have them, I think its either 2 or 3 times I have this motion where my head feels like it swells my hearing goes and I get pins n needles in hands and feet then it suddenly goes?, this is spaced out over 6 weeks, its only been last 3 weeks where I literally constantly have head aches and medicene dosent always help I feel there s pressure a lot in my head aswell, I suffer a lot of stress and worry, I m anemic, and have to wear glasses if any of them help nothings changed so that s what s made me worry, I m freaking out thinking I ve got a brain tumour , if I bend down or get up quickly I get light headed, feel on of sick, I m late have the contraception injection and don t know symptoms?, had flu for last 2 weeks, pains in my legs, herrendous diarehha with terrible pains in my belly I can t even eat or drink with it happening 2 mins later been going hot and cold, achy just everything, what do you think it could be and what to do my doctors never listen? Please help me please I m almost 20, slightly overweight and female obviously thanks sophie also been more itchy? Broken sleep now. And my mood changes so often, headaches, pressure in my head,pins n needles, everything reli :(
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concerns and am sorry that you are going through so much. I also think that you might need to consult a neuropsychiatrist for all the issues that you are having. You doctor will take a complete history and do a physical examination and order the necessary investigations (including possibly an MRI to rule out any brain tumor that you are afraid of probably having) and suggest the right medications and give you prescriptions. You will also feel better once the problem has been detected and a solution is offered. I hope this helps.

Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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