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Headaches during increased heartbeat, nosebleed. What is wrong?

Ok, so I am 16, and i have been getting headaches whenever my heart beats really fast, for example during football practice when we run, when i get up really fast from a seated or laying down position, masturbation, so basically everything that gets my heart rate going up. then sometimes during these headaches they are accompanied by a nose bleed . What could be wrong with me?
Asked On : Sun, 14 Oct 2012
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Hi, I had gone through your query and understand your concerns. At this age first i would think of tension headache but never so less looking at your symptoms i wold like to rule out high blood pressure ( hypertension) and if present would like to know the cause of hypertension . kindly go to a physician(M.D medicine) and have a detailed work up .when ever u have a nose bleed elevate your head pinch your nose and breath through mouth for 2 minuets to stop bleeding. Please don't neglect as your young . Have a medical workup done as early as possible.
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