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Headache while walking, fainting episode. What is the problem?

Hi I have been experiencing headache whenever I walk. Before it would just be regular headache, but now whenever I walk, I have to walk very slow or else my head has throbbing pains. And yesterday I fainted. I m not sure what problem I have. I have taken pain killers for my headache before and it would control the pain. Now I get the headache when I walk around.
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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headaches are generally classified as primary headaches or secondary headaches. This helps in posing a given diagnosis and managing patients. In your case, it looks more of a secondary headache with a focal cause may be. It could be advisable for you to meet a neurologist for a proper clinical examination, a CT scan and probably other electrophysiologic tests.
A neurologist shall be of great help.
Thanks and best regards,
Luchuo, MD
Answered: Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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