okaiy I am sure this is probably not the strangest question that has been on this post. But here goes.. often when i am having a bowel movement(not straining) I get this horrible pain in my head like a 20 second migraine and lately there has been a ringing in my ears also. I have no idea how this can be connected but It seems to be occurring more often so i am beginning to worry ,
. any ideas or suggestions would be helpful
Honestly, I have no idea, but it does not sound good to me, it sounds potentially serious and I really think you need to go see a doctor. Within the week. Probably not an emergency room visit..unless you have bloody stools, are fainting/passing out, experiencing dizzy spells...
But please, see a professional.
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