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I recieved a blow to my head 2 1/2 yrs ago! i still have dizziness & off balance, headaches, scalp pain, neck pain, stinging in eyes and other issues still. now all above and new symptons {reocurring hot flashes & chills) my breathing is bad i get like the wind is being knocked out of me in my throat and i get pressure in my head, plugged ears, blowing up in my chest stomach area, along w/ tightness. and hoaressness now 70% of the time. vomiting, stomach pain. it goes on! can you please tell me??? and the most uncomfortable is the throat stomach, tightness pressure.

thank you sincerely 13 virginia fay

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replied February 7th, 2012
Brain and Head Injuries Answer A31215

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

Dizziness,headache,neck pain and other described symptoms present even after years of injury can be indicative of some underlying issues and requires a careful evaluation.It might also be due to trauma,ear issues,gastrointestinal infections etc.Since you require a detailed clinical examination it is difficult to comment without observation.
Kindly do not ignore it and visit a Physician for evaluation.You might require investigations as MRI,CT scan which would help in ruling out the cause.
Take care!

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