Does anyone else experience this type of feeling. My son (23) says he experiences a constant pulsing sensation as well as a pressure on side and top of head. I have heard of pounding headaches as a chiari symptom, but not a pulse type of sensation.
Is this an uncommon symptom?
I can understand this complaint very well! Mine is not constant though....just before my head starts to hurt really bad, my head pulses on my right side, I feel it all over the area I have the most constant pressure. Then I get slammed with a debilitating headache!
Hi...if there is a CSF blockage it is possible to feel the headache as a pulse bcuz it goes with the heart beat......that is why the CINE MRI done to look for CSF blockages uses a BP clip to monitor the BP as they watch the CSF flow.
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