I am a little worried and hope to find some clue to my condition while I wait for my MRI results next week.
I am male and 25 years of age.
Last year I had a benign brain tumor which was removed via nasal surgery.
In the last 2/3 weeks I have been having very random and very faint vertigo episodes. I feel as though I am sitting in a boat and it is rocking from left to right very gently.
A visit to the ENT revealed nothing out of the ordinary.
However, my eye doctor noticed that I have unusual pressure on my eyes. I have to go back to him next week.
Further more, I recently found out that I have high blood pressure and a low heart pulse.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance.
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