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Ringing in ears, weakness, dizziness, rushing sound on moving post a bad migraine due to a virus. Further tests required?

Hi I suffered from a bad migraine on thursday with sickness I have never had a migraine before and the head pounding only went yesterday I now feel drained and weak and dizzy. The doctor Said that I have a virus that triggered the head ache. Is This possible and could this be why I feel so I ll still? My ears are now ringing and I Do not feel myself. I also keep getting a rushing sound everytime I move and a pounding sound in my ears! Do you think I may need tests for something more serious??
Asked On : Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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Hi Edward,

A virus could have triggered the headache. I feel you need in depth evaluation of your symptoms.

You have a combination of tinnitus, vertigo and headache. Consultation with an ENT specialist will help you to resolve the problem. You may need an Audiogram to be done.

Answered: Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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