Im 27 yrs old with alot of conern. I was addopted at birth w/ a closed addoptions, so no help there!! I found out I had a Venous Angemoa(??) approx. 4 yrs. ago. The Dr. said, "Keep an eye on it" It did not seem to know what to say. He did say that they were still researching on Venous Angemoa(??) That was a little history. The issue I'm having is (rarley, but happing more often) If I move my head to look at something I will get this "electric shock" that is in one location of my head. It starts off very, very strong. Strong enough to where I don't want to move my head. It almost hurts. It will then seem to do a "wave" type motion w/ almost the feel of pulsating shocks. And will adventually fade away. Very strang feeling. I thought others had it. The answer was. NO! AND YOU NEED TO FIND OUT WHAT THAT IS! CAN ANYONE SHED ANY LIGHT W/ THIS!!!!!
Sincerely w/ major concern
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