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Posted by: Rina Mineiro | 2011/09/06

Headaches

Severe headache seeing blue and yellow light fainting dillated eyes

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There are many, many possible causes of headache, and only a proper assessment in person by a good doctor can help clarify what is causing these, and what's best to do about it. Sometimes a particular type of headache, such as a migraine, might cause this, or off side-effects of some meds you might be taking. See a good GP or medicine specialist for a thorough check-up.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011/09/07

There are many, many possible causes of headache, and only a proper assessment in person by a good doctor can help clarify what is causing these, and what's best to do about it. Sometimes a particular type of headache, such as a migraine, might cause this, or off side-effects of some meds you might be taking. See a good GP or medicine specialist for a thorough check-up.

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