Hi, I feel this cold dripping too. It is odd, doesn't scare me because it feels like one drop coming down from the top of my head down to my eyes, following the inside of my skull. I know that this is not a CSF leak because I am a craniosacral therapist and know that CSF fills the skull anyway. The pathway it follows most of the time is the frontal venous sinus. This is filled with blood all the time anyway, and CSF which it is draining off the brain (old CSF), so it is a mystery, but nothing in my body is telling me to worry. I kind of enjoy the sensation.
Hi I read your post and i also have had constant dripping wet feeling felt inside head for years. I also have constant pulsing, pressure, scratcing, and electric shock feeling inside my head. Feels like its raining inside my head. My head feels completely empty numb. Have you known what caused your symptoms. Mine occured after a car accident.
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