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Headaches on one side only, dizzy, nauseus, hair falling out.. Could this be a tumor or anyerism?
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Dr. Eric Wang
Radiology
2 doctors agree
In brief: See your doctor
Headaches with dizziness and nausea should be evaluated by a doctor. A tumor can present like this, but so can migraines, metabolic conditions, infection, and a multitude of other possibilities.
Aneurysms generally have no symptoms until they rupture. See your doctor!

In brief: See your doctor
Headaches with dizziness and nausea should be evaluated by a doctor. A tumor can present like this, but so can migraines, metabolic conditions, infection, and a multitude of other possibilities.
Aneurysms generally have no symptoms until they rupture. See your doctor!
Dr. Eric Wang
Dr. Eric Wang
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Dr. James Marx
Pain Management
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Need Immed Eval
Although the symptoms could be of a garden variety headache, the dizziness is a little bit troubling to me.
These symptoms could be common from a less common type of migraine that is associated with an impending stroke or other serious condition and should be checked out as soon as possible if these symptoms are new.

In brief: Need Immed Eval
Although the symptoms could be of a garden variety headache, the dizziness is a little bit troubling to me.
These symptoms could be common from a less common type of migraine that is associated with an impending stroke or other serious condition and should be checked out as soon as possible if these symptoms are new.
Dr. James Marx
Dr. James Marx
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Dr. James Marx
Pain Management
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Need Immed Eval
Although the symptoms could be of a garden variety headache, the dizziness is a little bit troubling to me.
These symptoms could be common from a less common type of migraine that is associated with an impending stroke or other serious condition and should be checked out as soon as possible if these symptoms are new.

In brief: Need Immed Eval
Although the symptoms could be of a garden variety headache, the dizziness is a little bit troubling to me.
These symptoms could be common from a less common type of migraine that is associated with an impending stroke or other serious condition and should be checked out as soon as possible if these symptoms are new.
Dr. James Marx
Dr. James Marx
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