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Dull headache, heaviness around forehead, buzz feeling in head with moving pain, difficulty in concentrating post miscarriage. Cause?

Hi I m 34 yrs old and had a miscarriage a week ago. I got a severe headache around the time of miscarriage and have had a dull headache heaviness around my forehead area feel like I m n a fog! Hard to focus..Occasionally a Buzz feeling in my head.. The headache seems to move from side to side what could be going on?? Please help
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Dear Jackiesummer23
Abortion and post abortion there is a state of hypercoagulability which can lead to a condition called CVT. You also complain of hard to focus which might mean you are having a vision problem also. Please get a brain scan or show to a physician/neurologist in your vicinity. Please do it on urgent basis.
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Answered: Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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