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Head pressure, pulsing sensation on right side, whooshing, ringing sound in ears, headaches. Cure?

Hi, I have been getting a lot of pressure in my head, more to the right, it pulses loud at night making a squealing sort of sound and whooshing sounds in my ears. I have ringing in my ears which I ve had for many years . I ve got a dull headache around my eyes and sinus , and also my right ear , my head eyes and ears sometimes throbs when standing or feeling tired ? Regards.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Hi and welcome to Healthcaremagic.

You are describing symptoms of migraine attack or facial/trigeminal neuralgia. This is common cause of headache usually associated with nausea, tingling around the face, vision and hearing disorders. This is aggravated by noise and light and cold wheather. You should rest in dark, quiet room, take enough fluids, eat easier food and take some nonsteroid painkillers. If pain doesnt subside then some stronger medicines should be taken in consultation with your GP.

WIshing you good recovery.
Answered: Sat, 1 Jun 2013
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