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groove down the middle of my skull

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Hi, I hope you can help!?
I feel weird! I have dizzy spells when I'm lying down and I can feel a weird groove down the middle of my skull! I don't take any medication and I haven't been to see a doctor, although I have had bout's of low blood pressure. Could this be the cause of my dizziness? More to the point What is this groove down the middle of my skull at the top of my head, which seems to move?


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replied January 16th, 2011
Brain and Head Injuries Answer A18553
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

Dizziness on lying down could be due to various reasons as dehydration,low blood sugars,ear infection,anemia,blood pressure,anxiety,ageing etc.
It needs a proper evaluation and is very difficult to comment on net.Please visit a Physician soon for evaluation.Kindly do not ignore it and get yourself examined.

Take Care!


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