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Intermittent headaches, warm sensation on head, dizziness, floaters in eye with a black shadow inside. Remedy?

I have had on and off headache for the past 4 weeks, it can last 10 days no break keeps me awake at night, i get warm sensation on my head, sometimes dizzy and feel sick. i have floaters in my eyes which i have done for several years, now and again i get like a black shadow in side of my eye that i can see, few months ago i had a burst blood vessel in my eye but was told it was ok, that appeared for no reason. i never suffer with headaches until now, and i am not stressed Im very happy the best i been in years.
Asked On : Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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Hello karenlhollis , welcome to
Please visit a emergency department of your near by hospital and get a CT scan brain done or visit a neurologist at the earliest. Though you have not mentioned much details i believe your symptoms are gradually increasing . Certain conditions like sub arachnoid hemorrhage or such equivalent needs to be ruled out. Do not neglect your symptoms . Get your examined at the earliest . Take care
Answered: Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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