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Hear sloshing in my head. Is there a fatal disease that teens get?

Hear sloshing in my head. Is there a fatal disease that teens get?

Sloshing head: A sound of sloshing is usually due to fluid behind the eardrum or to anemia. Please see a physician for help in obtaining an accurate diagnosis so your fears can be laid to rest. ...Read more

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Hello i'm angelic i'm 17 and i've been diagnosed with a personality disorder. I hear voices in my head and they get so bad.They put me down.Watcanido?

Hello i'm angelic i'm 17 and i've been diagnosed with a personality disorder. I hear voices in my head and they get so bad.They put me down.Watcanido?

Hearing voices: Hearing voices can be difficult, especially if they put you down. The messages in our brains can get scrambled, like several stations on a radio coming through at once, though it's all our own thoughts. If your doc has given you medicine, make sure you also get some psychotherapy by a psychologist who specializes in your area. That combination can be very helpful. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Are there any conditions or diseases (preferably fatal), where either hearing or sight loss is one of the first symptoms?

Are there any conditions or diseases (preferably fatal), where either hearing or sight loss is one of the first symptoms?

A long list: There are many conditions that satisfy these criterion. Included are various strokes, brain tumors and aneurysms and metabolic conditions such as diabetes. There are a number of inherited conditions which might start as a visual problem such as ataxia telangiectasia. Toxic conditions such as methyl alcohol poisoning also can start with vision loss. ...Read more

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I can hear my heartbeat in my head. Is this indicative of carotid artery disease?

I can hear my heartbeat in my head. Is this indicative of carotid artery disease?

NO.: The carotid artery in the neck forks into two branches at the ear level. Just as in a river fork, flow at the fork is turbulent. This turbulence is what some people hear, even though there may be no narrowing in the artery. Next time you see your doctor have him/her listen over the carotid artery. If there is a bruit (swishing noise) there, an ultrasound study should be obtained. ...Read more

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Hearing my heartbeat in my head sometimes. Is this indicative of carotid artery disease?

Hearing my heartbeat in my head sometimes. Is this indicative of carotid artery disease?

Can be normal. : High blood pressure more likely. Carotid stenosis can cause a bruit you can hear but is less likely. Best to be examined. ...Read more

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What does it mean to be diagnosed with carcinoma head of pancreas with liver metastasis (stage iv) how fatal is this disease?

What does it mean to be diagnosed with carcinoma head of pancreas with liver metastasis (stage iv) how fatal is this disease?

It is very bad News: Pancreatic Cancer is the most dangerous and difficult to treat Cancer there is. Yet there is some treatment available and it is getting slowly better each year. Right now it is a matter of trying to control and extend life by a few months if we are lucky. Treatment is mostly done using chemotherapy drugs for cases like this one who have spread (Metastatic). ...Read more

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S why do I get migraines only on one side of my head on that side I see black k spots on vision. And I can't see light or hear any thing. Cause it hur?

S why do I get migraines only on one side of my head on that side I see black k spots on vision. And I can't see light or hear any thing. Cause it hur?

Get evaluated: A unilateral headache pattern is not unusual. Please work with a headache doctor to rule out other issues. A neuromuscularly trained dentist could also be of assistance. Moist heat on the affected side also could help. ...Read more

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What other disorder is there when you hear voices in your head (not schizophrenia)?

What other disorder is there when you hear voices in your head (not schizophrenia)?

Diagnosis: Voices or auditory hallucinations can be induced by narcolepsy, steroids, medication side effects such increased ammonia from depakote, head trauma, brain infections, stroke, illicit drugs such as coke, meth etc, this is not meant to be medical or psychiatric advice. There is no doctor patient relationship.Please call 911 or go to nearest er for psychiatric or medical emergency such si/hi/emotion. ...Read more