Our expert says:
TZ, it might be due to a blockage somewhere, but I can’t say for sure from this side of the screen. If the pressure keeps on increasing it will eventually affect more critical parts of the brain and this may be very dangerous. That said, it sounds like he might be suffering from speudotumour cerebri or benign intracranial hypertension. This basically is increased intracranial pressure with no evidence of tumours, infections or obstruction. It often starts and disappears without any warning. If you’re interested in more information you can e-mail me at CyberDoc@mweb.co.za. Good luck.
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