For weeks now I have noticed a tender spot on the back of my head when I touch it or lay down. In the last week I have thrown up twice and also being dizzy. I don't know if these symptoms are related or not. It feels as if I've hit my head and bruised it or wore in a pony tail too tight, it feels the same everyday. With the vomiting twice - once on Monday and once on Friday And dizziness I guess it could be the Flu. Anyone have any suggestions for me??? Thanks in advance.
Well you are not alone at least, I have recently developed the same symptoms, and I know how you feel, the only difference being that i want to vomit but cant due to other health problems. Have you ever received a knock to the head in your lifetime? Even if it hasnt been to the back? Because I have and my doctor has decided to arrange for me to have a CAT Scan, just to make sure there is no damage, it could be a number of things so dont get worried that it might be what you have, just make sure you get yourself to the doctor. I will keep you updated on my results, and maybe they will point you in the right direction.
I have the same pain on the right side of the back of my head, but haven't had vomitting or dizziness. The pain runs about 1.5 - 2 inches long, has what feels like lumps, but that may be the shape of my head? The pain seems to be chronic, cause it's not always there. I would go to the dr. but don't have insurance for an x-ray or cat scan! Has any one recieved any answers or suggestions?
i have been having this pain as well. I have a tender spot in the top of my head and at time i get realy dizzy and loose my balance like the room has flipped up side down. it comes and goes. What causes this?
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