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when problems get too big or when i get mad....

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For a while i have been getting a pain in the back of my head. The pain is so strong it has woken me up, it's only in the back of my head. As i have the pain i began to have the taste of blood in my mouth, my eyes get very heavy and i feel a burning sensation that flows from my ear to my eye, i only feel the burning sensation on my left side. My husband and i have noticed a pattern, this happens when problems get to big or when i get mad or have and argument with someone...I just wanna know if this is normal or if i should see a doctor soon.


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replied July 21st, 2011
Anxiety and Stress Answer A25257
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
The symptoms that you describe do not seem to be normal. It is difficult to comment on the cause without examining you. You could be having headaches related to tension and any other nerve involvement that is getting affected and causing the 'definite pattern' of symptoms that you have identified. Do not ignore your symptoms. Consider visiting your doctor at the earliest and request for a Neurologist opinion for your symptoms. Go ahead with further evaluation and assistance as indicated.
Take care.



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