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510820 tn?1308607236
Left parietal headaches
I have had some headaches in my left parietal lobe, but my right side isn't affected by that at all. It isn't the whole lobe, just a concentrated area. I have had couple of head injuries from the past, but none of them made me unconscious. I don't think it's anything too serious, but I am afraid of a CSF leak, because I felt something dripping from the back of my head once. I am also encountering some problems sneezing (but I'm not sure if acid makes muscles weak because I also have acid reflux)...
Please respond if you have an idea what is going on with me. Thanks
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Hello Dear,
Head injury often leads to delayed symptoms.Migraine could be one of the causes as only one side is involved.You should consult a neurologist to know the correct diagnosis and the treatment.Acid reflux sometimes causes headache but in your case the trauma seems to be the cause.You should get yourself to a neurologist.
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1500214 tn?1289215896
hi, im pionex  21years old female

sometimes when i lie down suddenly i feel pain in my chest radiating to my left and it makes me not breath for a awhile and it makes my whole body numb and  wouldn't be able to move because i feel the pain when i move.when this things happen to me i really try harder to move and change my position even it hurts a lot & i hyperventilate myself by breathing fast as i could....  together with it i experience headache in my left parietal area, sometimes my nape hurts.. and all i could do is rest and try to sleep about it..what should i do?

doc, is their something i need to be worry about?? is it something serious?? my family doesn't know anything about it..
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