I'm really worried and need help. I haven't been to see my doctor because I feel like there's always something wrong with me. She always makes it seem miniscule; or proves that it's simple and I overreacted.
My symptoms include:
- neck feeling tense and a slight burning sensation (right side)
- right side base of skull ache that wraps over and around the front of my right ear
- burning eyes
- slight fever that comes and goes
- head feeling heavy (or weak neck, I'm not sure which way)
- random nausea
I'm 16 years old and I'm really scared that this could be an aneurysm, unruptured. These symptoms have been going on for a week now. I don't know what to and I would be so grateful if someone could give me some advice, or if anyone's experience this and has treated it.
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