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Painless throbbing in my head, light-headedness and mild nausea, hypovolemia or hypogylcaemia

I have a painless throbbing in my head which is associated with light-headedness and mild nausea. It does not appear to be due to hypovolemia or hypogylcaemia. I m 23 with a history of generalised anxiety disorder and previous iron deficiency anemia
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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Hi, as u hv history of anemia, this can be a contributing factor to your problem. Suggest to hv a diet full of fruits an green leafy vegetables. Keep regular data of your Hb level. Will help you during further visits to a doctors.Tc
Answered: Tue, 12 Nov 2013
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