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Severe, Constant HEADACHES!

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  • Posted By: vieamemusique
  • June 19, 2007
  • 00:48 AM

I'm seventeen and have had perfect health--or, you know, so the doctor says. And, sure, this may come of just a tad bit melodramatic---but, for cripes sake, half the time I feel like my eyes are melting out of my face!

My headaches started when I was fourteen, and were somewhat bearable. Pop some Tylonel and I was just peechy keen. At first I thought I was drinking too much soda...

Well, they dissappeared for a good year, only to come back with a unmerciful fury. I get them at least once ] a day, at different times, but always in the same spot--right behind my eyes/forehead. I was fine with them...until the Tylonel just stopped working. Then at the beginning of the month, it was night, while driving home, I became extremely disorientated to the point where I got on the wrong highway with out realizing it for a good ten minutes! My head felt fuzzy, lack of a better word, and you know the feeling that you get when your hands and feet fall asleep? Well, that was all over. My face was tingly--I spiked a fever of around 103, and felt like I was going to faint. This lasted until I fell asleep about an hour later. Then it just happened again this weekend, same exact thing, only in the morning lasting a good four hours and finally ending in a nice fatty headache.

I don't like doctors...at all. So hopefully someone can give me some insight on this.

Oh, and about two weeks ago I started getting stabbing chest pains. Don't know if that has to do with anything but ***l, if I'm ranting---

Thanks and tooooooddddllles.

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