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Help possible anuerysm?

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  • Posted By: w517451
  • January 29, 2010
  • 11:22 PM

For the past couple of months, I have been having several symptoms that are alarming to me. When I lie down to go to sleep my face around my nose and radiating to the very tip pulsates. This occurs when I work or drink caffine. Sometimes I can see my pulse in my eyes. When I drink and I do not drink a lot if every my face gets really red and I feel hot and out of breath. Mind you this did not occur a couple months ago.
One day I was working out with a stretch band that you wedge between your door to work out your back. The door swung open and hit me on the top of my head and made my ears ring. Afterwards I had tingling in my hands for two weeks and in my face.
I am not overweight, I exercise, and I eat good. I have at a CT of my head before the accident, but was normal. I am going to see an ENT the 12th about this problem.

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  • just sounds like you should avoid coffee/caffeine. Ouch on the door wack but it could have thrown your back out of alignment and you may need an adjustment. If you had an anuerysm, you would be in the hospital by now.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies
    • January 29, 2010
    • 11:53 PM
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  • For the past couple of months, I have been having several symptoms that are alarming to me. When I lie down to go to sleep my face around my nose and radiating to the very tip pulsates. This occurs when I work or drink caffine. Sometimes I can see my pulse in my eyes. When I drink and I do not drink a lot if every my face gets really red and I feel hot and out of breath. Mind you this did not occur a couple months ago. One day I was working out with a stretch band that you wedge between your door to work out your back. The door swung open and hit me on the top of my head and made my ears ring. Afterwards I had tingling in my hands for two weeks and in my face. I am not overweight, I exercise, and I eat good. I have at a CT of my head before the accident, but was normal. I am going to see an ENT the 12th about this problem.I would first check your blood pressure. Also, after head was hit, you may have suffered a mild concussion.
    Med Student 64 Replies
    • January 31, 2010
    • 02:53 PM
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