I am a 22 year old. Lately (about a month and a half) I have had a constant headache behind me eyes and a little higher. I feel pressure and actually think my eyesight is suffering a little. I get dizzy upon standing to quickly. About 2 weeks ago I noticed a loss of appetite and would always become nauseous after eating (anything). The nausea would last for an hour or two. I am on a low dose of medicine for high blood pressure but that is under control. Any ideas? I just graduated college so I am no longer covered by my parents insurance so I cant go to the doctor right now. Someone please help!
It could be a migraine -- such headaches can cause nausea and cause your eyes to be more sensitive to light. I am 26 and usually get them around "that time of the month." But some people get them more often.
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