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memory issues, mental decline, been in a 3 car accidents

I've been in a 3 car accidents one I suffered head trauma when the other motorists head collided with mine when I was 14, I'm 25 now the other two were last year . I had an mri done on my neck and lower skull. On the lower left side of my brain is a white swirl. I have been suffering from headaches migraines, nausea weakness, sharp paralyzing pain on my left side of my brain starting from the lower left part, same area as the swirl . I've had memory issues, mental decline, vision blur/loss . I have copies of the mri .
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replied June 21st, 2014
Thank you for consulting e-healthforum. Episodic headaches you are mentioning are unlikely associated with MRI findings. It sound like you just have migraine. It is hard to be certain because I don't understand what you mean by "swirl". The rest of the symptoms are nonspecific and hard to judge based on available information.

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