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Suffered double vision. Severe headache, light headedness, dizziness while walking. Cause for above symptoms?

Hi i had double vision on monday night so i had to go to bed but since i woke up from then i have had a severe headache wirh oain behind my eyes, i fell light headed all day and sometimes feel dizzy espically when i am walking able i also get a feeling of sick ess although i have not actually been sick and ideas on what could b going on i do have a sore throat which only comes on before bedtime ??
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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As I understand you had severe headache, double vision, lightheadedness, dizziness which can point towards various conditions like Migraine, Cluster headache, tension headache, increased intracranial hypertension etc. In order to know the correct reason a proper physical examination is needed. Hope this helps.

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Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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