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Feeling pulsations in the head. Severe while lying down. Diagnosed with ITP. On steroids. Side effects of medication?

hello...m a 21 yr old female...i have this feeling of pulsations in my head..sometimes its in the temporal..sometimes its in the parietal n sometimes its in the increases when i lie down in a particular way..i have been diagnosed of ITP in the month of october n i m on steriods since dosage is 10mg now n plus i m on Dapsone 100mg since october...kindly suggest me what to do and tell me what is wrong with me...
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Since you hae been taking steroids for a long time so you must monitor for its side effects. The side effect which can be related to pulsating sensations in head is hypertension. So regularly keep checking your blood pressure. Since it is present in different locations at different times, so a serious cause is unlikely. Feel confident and take care. good luck.
Answered: Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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