Dizziness and light headed had a seziure on monday and fell and bump my head and now I keep having dizziness

Seizure. unless already diagnosed, uncomplicated or precipitated by forgetting to take medication, generally does not require urgent evaluation. One should document the event in a seizure calendar and be sure to share this information with the doctor. Having dizziness after a seizure associated with head trauma would likely warrant an evaluation to exclude conditions such as sub-dural hematoma.
If . If you have a known seizure disorder you should contact your doctor to see if your medication needs to be adjusted. The dizziness could be related to the bump on the head. One common cause of dizziness, especially related to head movement, is from inner ear injury. There are little crystals in the inner ear that are sometimes knocked loose after head injury irritating the inner ear.Your doctor can give you medicine for dizziness, make sure you did no serious injury, and consider sending you to an ear, nose, and throat doctor if the dizziness continues. There is a type of physical therapy called epley manuevers that can help if you have dislodged some crystals. The crystals are referred to as canaliths.

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If I read about seizures I get light headed and dizzy. Is this panic induced?

Your "Lizard" Brain? Ur "thinking brain" responds 2 signals from of all kinds from parts of ur primitive "lizard brain." the lizard brain looks 4 signals that u are- or soon may be -in danger. The lizard can get just as scared from things happening in front of u as it can from imagining something scary. Sounds like your lizard brain is very convincing! like having a 4-yr-old making u believe a monster is about 2 get u. Read more...

I'm experiencing a contant feeling of fullness and occasional spasms inside the right side of my head. Followed by dizziness and confusion. Seizures?

Head aches. What you are describing may be due to a vestibular pathology or migraines. I recommend consulting a neurologist to determine the source of your symptoms and plan your treatment. Read more...
Possible. Unless you are having absence petit mal seizures most people will have the grand mal type where you are shaking violently. Even with absence seizures patients will lose consciousness momentarily , be a bit dazed and seem to stare out into space or daydream. Best to see your physician or go to the emergency room for full assessment. Read more...
See a neurologist. These symptoms may represent a headache, seizure, or other neurological condition. You should keep a log of the location, timing, duration, and intensity of these episodes and take the log with you to a neurologist. http://www.epilepsy.com/article/2014/3/seizures-and-headaches-they-dont-have-go-together , http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/581669_5. Read more...

Do head rushes and dizziness and light headness then getting scared of it have anything to do with panic attacks or seizures?

Maybe both . See your doctor to find out what's going on with you. Read more...
Yes. Yes, your symptoms may be part of some panic attacks, seizures, low blood sugar, as well as other treatable conditions. Can you try going to your local medical doctor to have a complete evaluation to determine what's wrong? He or she may want to perform some tests. Good luck. Read more...

Psin on top of head from two years. There are pimple type painful bumps which comes and goes. Mild dizziness. 1 CT and 2 MRI normal. Suggest me?

Pimples and dizzines. Bumps are head/scalp are common and i don't see a connection to dizziness. If it's more severe it may need further workup but the normal ct and mri's are very helpful. Stress/anxiety could also be the cause. If this gets worse, see your doctor. Read more...