I'm not sure how to describe this, but my the veins in my neck throb painfully with each heartbeat. Not all the time, this has only happened twice (recently and within days of each other), and it lasts for maybe half and hour to forty-five minutes before it goes away. It's pretty random, too. I wasn't exercising a lot or doing anything stressful those days. I'm only a teenager, too, so I'm not suspecting heart problems. However, I do have low blood pressure (usually gets only as low as 80/60), which causes dizziness, so I was wondering if this could be the problem? Or another symptom of something else? I can't go to the doctor, because my mom will just say I'm overreacting (she thinks I'm a hypocondriac, even though I tend to AVOID the doctor). I personally am not sure if it's necessary to go anyway, since I'm not screaming in pain or anything, but I thought maybe I should get a few outside opinions about what might be the problem before I decide. Can anyone give me a list of possiblities, and maybe ways to fix them without going to a doctor?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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