I've been experiencing pain/pressure in the designated areas of the photo for a few weeks now. It's been on a daily basis and I get tired, dizzy, and disoriented. I'm too afraid to go to the doctor because things always go wrong with me that they can't figure out like back problems and orthopedic problems that everyone has a theoretical diagnosis for. I'm a medical weirdo basically. I have 3 different kinds of headache medicine, 1 for migrane, 1 for sinus, and 1 for tension. None of these work for this. It's more like pressure than the throbbing of a headache.
There's some other things I should have included.
For the past 2 months I've been having strange things happen, Overall I've had the following:
*Fever between 100-102F for 4-5 days each time
*Antibiotic courses not working
*Dizziness and disorientation even when there is no fever
*Chronic infection of the sinuses
*Rashes (more than usual) that don't itch
*Pressure in the left hemisphere of the occipital lobe
*Pain/Pressure in the left occipital nerve or lymph node area or whatever
*Unexplainable kidney stones
*Some hearing loss in the right ear
The doctors don't feel that any of these are connected and that I'm making stuff up. More stuff just seems to keep happening.
if you are still having hese issues you may consider seeing an osteopath that specifically practices osteopathy in the cranial field. The easiest way to do that is look one up on line. you can use the cranialacademy.org website and go to find a physician in whatever your area is. ]
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