Ime not sure if i have posted this in the correct area, and appologies in advance if i have not. I have suffered from whiplash since start of january, and just suffered from headaches and pains in the neck and shoulders. This got much better a couple of weeks ago after a course of physio. The past week has been strange for me. I have had blurred vision from time to time, dizziness, lightheaded, nauseous and a little out of it. The doctor is checking my bloods, but ime not sure they are barking up the right tree. I sometimes get this when i turn my neck. I also get some pain in the back of my eyes too.
Could it be migraine? I am a sufferer but not had many over the past few years, and they have always been typical types with an aura and pain.
Not sure what to think! I just feel so washed out.
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