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Suffering with low BP, have neck pain on yawning, shortness of breath, radiates to forehead, eye area, nausea and giddiness. Reason?

I am 38years old suffering with low BP from last 6yrs earlier to that had high BP. Recently am facing with below symptoms: yawning, short breath leads to pain / squeezing in the neck right side later right ear/penna feels hot not too inside later it migrates to forehead with entire eye sorrounding with slight pain and uneasiness. simultaneously will feel nausea and giddy with blurr vision it losts for sometimes hours. Please advise why this is happening.
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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Thanks for your question

How low is your blood pressure?

Your symptoms of yawning that leads to pain on one side of neck, ear , pinna are possibly due to Trigeminal Neuralgia.

Kindly consult a neurologist or internist

Hope that answers your question
Answered: Sat, 13 Jul 2013
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