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should I be worried?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 11, 2009
  • 04:57 PM

Hi, I've noticed a few days ago that body is swaying from left to right when i'm sitting down. It is most noticible when i sit up straight and don't lean on anything. Sometimes i get striking headaches above my left ear or around the temple area. The headache only last a couple seconds though and they are sometimes spaced hours apart so i don't take any pain killers. Does anyone know what's wrong with me? I'm a 21 year old female a bit underweight, i don't work out but i don't sit still either. Anyways thanks in advance for your help.

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  • Hi, I've noticed a few days ago that body is swaying from left to right when i'm sitting down. It is most noticible when i sit up straight and don't lean on anything. Sometimes i get striking headaches above my left ear or around the temple area. The headache only last a couple seconds though and they are sometimes spaced hours apart so i don't take any pain killers. Does anyone know what's wrong with me? I'm a 21 year old female a bit underweight, i don't work out but i don't sit still either. Anyways thanks in advance for your help.I guess from your symptoms(swaying and headaches near the ear) that you have a balance problem.I suggest that you should see ENT Dr. or a Neurologist.
    The Meditater 6 Replies
    • November 17, 2009
    • 05:13 AM
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  • Hi, I've noticed a few days ago that body is swaying from left to right when i'm sitting down. It is most noticible when i sit up straight and don't lean on anything. Sometimes i get striking headaches above my left ear or around the temple area. The headache only last a couple seconds though and they are sometimes spaced hours apart so i don't take any pain killers. Does anyone know what's wrong with me? I'm a 21 year old female a bit underweight, i don't work out but i don't sit still either. Anyways thanks in advance for your help.I guess from your symptoms (swaying and headaches near the ear) that you have a balance problem.You may have to see a ENT Doctor or a Neurologist to evaluate your condition.
    The Meditater 6 Replies
    • November 17, 2009
    • 05:17 AM
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