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Fluid movement in head. Having frequent headaches. Matter of concern?

Hi doctor.Iam a twenty one year old male.i weigh about 70 kgs and dont have much of a medical history..very visits to a hospital,and even then i went for consultancy reasons. however i am worried slightly because of fluid like movement in my head,i notice that alot especially because i do a lot of sports.i frequently have headaches which i ve always worried about.could this be something to really worry about?
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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Thanks for the query

Let me tell you that the causes of headache are many and this can be due to migraine, tension headache, cluster headache, brain tumor/infection, problem in the blood vessels and so on. Further, the presence of associated complaints like vomiting, nausea, any preceeding signs before headahce and weakness of legs/hands etc will help us clarify the diagnosis.

With the limited information, i feel that you may be having tension headache and/or migraine. Note that these are the diagnoses of exclusion.

I advise you to meet a neurologist and get examined to secure the diagnosis so that treatment becomes easy.

Mostly you will benefit with rest, relaxation, regular food and sleep habit along with a short course of medicines like Amitriptiline.

Please donot worry much

Your neurologist will help you

Best wishes
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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