Knw hw u fèèl have it the last2mnths,wnt2docs,sent me2hospital dne bloods,bloodpressure al ok.thn had me on drip for 2days let me hme stil same,said n.thing wt cld be bt thn wnt 2 healing centre,she said it an innerear thing,bt stil same,hpe u ok,
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What you have is probably headache with tinnitus (abnormal sound in ear). This can be stress related or due to sleep disturbances. Subarachnoid hemorrhage can also give headache with tinnitus so since there is no history of head injury get your blood pressure checked. It can be a chronic daily headache which is a variant of complex migraine. It can also be due to carotid artery kinking, aneurysm or blockage. High BP could be another cause.
Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral. Take care!
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