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    Strange jellylike feeling in head, any ideas please?
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    An_248289 posted:
    Hi, I've had head pressure or what I would call a jelly like feeling in my head (and sometimes upper body)for 14 years, it's usually black. I've had it since I was quite young. What does it mean? A doctor once just dismissed it but now I am getting worried since I've been researching it, and I hate it as it's very uncomfortable. I'm wondering if it's related to anxiety, but the has decreased in later years, or it could be a side effect of a medicine I was on? Can anyone help/ have similar symptoms?

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