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Hit head. Dizziness, headaches, nausea. Are they migraines?

Hello, When I was the age of 13 I fell and hit my head when I was at school I was fine than but a few days later a started to feel dizzy and collapsed this happened several times I went to my Gp and they sent me to a specialist the specialist did a CT scan and thankfully the results was all good the specialist than diagnosed me with migraines and prescribed me pizotifen I told them for about a year or so gradually my Gp told Me to stop because I was getting all the bad side effect. After a few months I stop getting headaches it was like a miracle by the age of 17 I was not getting headaches at all except for tension headaches. Than it all started again but the pain was less so I tried to ignore it my Gp did prescribed me with different tablets at that time to see which works best. I am not the age of 21 and everything has gone worse than ever it had been about 6/7 months now. I get really bad headaches that makes me become so clumsy I seem to bang my head all the time when I get the headaches I don t do it on purpose. I also get really bad nausea with the headaches I also a head twitches which are unnoticeable when I get the headaches. I feel very dizzy and unsteady it makes my life a living hell I can t do my daily activities and I also feel extremely tired and sleepy all the time. I get very angry when I start getting the pains and mostly they are sudden sometimes they come gradually. Also, due to this I hate working on computers for some odd reason. However light noise chocolate or those kind of things does not make it worse or trigger it I just don t understand why it happens. And I m not really sure if it is migraines. One last thing I have had too many different medication prescribed to me but none work I only get the awful side effects. Please help me. Your Thankfully Rose
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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