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I am having headache with a typical symptoms

I m 35yrs female,married having one child.Actually i m having this problem since one year.I feel some involuntary movement(twitches) in my nose,pain of nasal septum ,dryness of nostrils n eyes,Heaviness of eyes n movement of my eyeball when i close my eyes.It aggravates as i watch TV,read a book.With all this i get headache on n off.I feel uneasiness when anything in moving in front of me.I have done CT brain,its normal.Consulted E.N.T,opthomologist,physician.almost all doctors,not able to diagnose my problem.Some say maybe its vascular headache,but not sure.Plz advice me?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Feb 2010
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Yes, in vascular headache, it is very common to find heaviness. The blood vessels shall be dilated and filled with blood. So with impaired circulation you will find the blood being more concentrated in your head region. With a good exercise you will release it and feel improvement. And next line is the treatment with medications.

Answered: Thu, 18 Feb 2010
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