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Constant headaches, blackouts, ringing in ears, headaches. Help?

I get constant headaches . They last a while, sometimes I even blackout and can t hear anything and it gets hard for me to focus. Also, when that does happen I hear a ringing sound in my hears. One time when I was standing and cleaning my dishes I fainted and I fell trying to make it to my bedroom due to me not being able to see correctly at that given time. Most of my headaches happen in the back of my head and I don t want to eat when I get these headaches.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Thanks for posting this question in HCM
i am a neurologist respomnding to you
Let me tell you that headache can be due to various reasopns like brain infection, tumor, problems in the blood vessels of the brain, migraine, cluster headache, low/high brain pressure. For the absence or presence of vomiting, sensitivity to light /sounds, loss of consciousness, weakness of legs/hands , duration of headache etc are very important for the diagnosis of certain condition. Based upon the data you have provided the possibilities are 1. migraine 2. if the duration of symptoms are very less , a possibility of occipital epilepsy.
Please visit a local neurologist and get examined
You need evaluation with MRI brain and EEG to establish the diagnosis.
This will guide us to tell you the exact diagnosis and treatment
Hope this will help you
Answered: Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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