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Barometric Pressure

I was just wondering if its normal for girls with Aspergers to be hypersensitive to barometric pressure changes, so sensitive that it causes numbness in my head, severe dizziness and my ears pop and it feels like a wooosh through one ear and out the other.I also get severe ringing in my ears. Sometimes I get nauseous from it. Should I see a doctor about it? Is there anything that can help?

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You should definitely see a doctor about this, to a) determine the cause, b) rule out any potential serious medical conditions, and c) see if there is anything that can alleviate the symptoms.  .

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