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I have been having chronic head pressure as well asvertigo for 18 days. i had a ct scan and an mri with andwithout contrast. it came normal. what do i do?

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Dr. Marcel Hungs answered

Specializes in Neurology

Your symptoms could be part of an headache syndrome. Things to consider are: pseudo tumor cerebri, sleep apnea, tension headache, migraines, neck problems... A neurologist can sort this out.

Answered Jan 14, 2014

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Dr. Marcel Hungs answered

Specializes in Neurology

Your symptoms could be part of an headache syndrome. Things to consider are: pseudo tumor cerebri, sleep apnea, tension headache, migraines, neck problems... A neurologist can sort this out.

Answered Jul 16, 2013

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Dr. Eric Schwetschenau answered

Specializes in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery

Ask your doctor what he/she would recommend as a next step. A visit with an ear, nose, and throat doctor or neurologist will likely get you closer to the answer. Consider a condition known as 'migraine associated vertigo' as a possible cause. Good luck!

Answered Dec 19, 2014

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Dr. Joseph Accurso answered

Specializes in Radiology

And/or a neurologist. This could be sinus or inner ear related (ent focus) or related to migraine or other headache causes (neurologist). Please coordinate a plan with your doctor to see these specialists as appropriate.

Answered Jan 5, 2019

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