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I Keep Seeing Jagged Flashes Of Lightning Bolts That Shimmer Around An Object Followed By An Intense Headache Are These Hallucinations
I keep seeing jagged flashes of lightning bolts that shimmer around an object followed by an intense headache. Are these hallucinations?
No: These are not hallucinations and you need to be seen by a doctor. Seeing lightning bolts can mean there is eye problem like a torn retina or neurologic problem like a migraine. If you are pregnant, visual changes associated with a headache can indicate a serious complication called pre eclampsia. If you have these symptoms it is very important you see a doctor for further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Hi . I having a headache when I seeing things far when not under sun . But when under the sun I also having headache . Can I know what happen ? Thanks
Bf got headache at 6. Said it felt like "sumthing crawling in head" had chills n body aches n it hurt to close 1 eye. Woke up seeing things. Is he ok?
15mg olanzapine for three years Schizophrenia We changed to zeldox Olanzapine withdraw: seeing things again Headaches.more. How long will it last?why?
We should wean: If you do not wean slowly will have these effects up to 6 wks- 12wks. ...Read more
Can meditation cause a relapse (headaches or hallucinations), with or without being on medication?
Meditation mental : Meditation can help in many cases to resolve depression or other mental problems. Many of my patients did get off medications while many need to continue both modalities. Talk to your doctor to be sure and safe. Meditation = self hypnotism, and can be very powerful depending on how well you were trained in it. Avoid to make decisions without your doc's advice. ...Read more
I accidentally slept in a room filled with spilled perfume. I had hallucinations and still have a headache. What do I do? Is it dangerous?
Perhaps a migraine: Strong aromas such as perfume, may trigger a headache, but the hallucinations may represent an additional problem not usually associated with migraines. Doubt this will eventuate in lasting problems, but due to the complexities, please contact a physician and get this all checked out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Starting at 12 pm this afternoon I got a very bad headache, at 4 pm I got dizzy and almost fell over, and now I was just watching the floor and it was doing the wave (which I'm guessing was a hallucination) and now I am experiencing all of these alongside
My 3yr has pains in her arms, legs and complained of tummy ache for 2 mnths, doc said nothing, now headaches, tired and has had 1 weird hallucination?
Go back: The list of possible causes to her symptoms is long. She may even have a central nervous system issue or infection like lyme disease. Often with a variety of symptoms as hers, you aren't given a diagnosis the first time you're evaluated so she needs to go back and ask the doctor to re-evaluate her for other causes. If you aren't comfortable with the evaluation and diagnosis get another opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
About 3x5cm arachnoid cyst, right frontal lobe, no changes for 6 years. Can it cause symtoms now like, headaches, forgeting, musical hallucinations?
See your neurologist: It's best to see your neurologist for an evaluation. Any on-line answer will be superficial. Musical hallucinations and forgetfulness should be evaluated directly by a physician. If the headaches are causing visual problems please go to an emergency room. Hope this helps. ...Read more