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Chronic migraines behind the eye. dizziness on standing followed by head rush feeling and blackout. What could this be?

Hello, my name is Darren, I m a 16 year old that needs help. For years, I have been getting chronic migraines behind my left eye and I thought it was nothing. But as I got older I started to notice I get dizzy by easy tasks as standing up. Then I get this head rush feeling and everything goes black. I dont know if it s blood pressure or what. But I want to know if it s something as serious as a tumor or if I should just forget about it.
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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Dear Darren,

I appreciate your concern and would suggest that you get yourself examined by a doctor who shall take a detailed history, do a physical examination and if required then advise appropriate investigations. It is not advisable to jump to conclusions without a consultation with a doctor. At the same time do not take these symptoms lightly, moresoever, when you get black-outs.

Wishing you all the best.
Answered: Mon, 28 May 2012
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