I've had everyday all day long headaches for a little over a year. They feel more like an intense pressure and make me feel like passing out, dizzy, nauseous, and always tired, and at the same time I developed the headaches I also got a twitch in my head where it jerks to the side. No one has been able to tell me what they are from let alone help at all. A few months ago by a CT and MRI a calcified pineal cyst was found that is 1.6 cm x 1.3 cm. Now I'm being told by everyone that cysts don't cause headaches except one person said they could if big enough. I'm just trying to find answers or maybe to know if I need a second opinion because my neurologist didn't even want to talk about my cyst following the MRI he said you'll find something in everyones brain. He just talked about my headaches.
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