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    severe headache and head pressure after head bending below waste
    An_255112 posted:
    I have this severe symptom of immediate and severe headache after I bend head down below waste. It lasts for an hour. Any clue what it could be or advice?
    nyheadache responded:
    It could be due to increased pressure inside the head. An MRI scan can help find the cause. If MRI is normal, it could be due to poor physical conditioning or a variety of medical problems. See a doctor.
    Migralex doc
    mariajohnson responded:
    The pain may be due to sinus also. Its better you consult a doctor.
    pinkpants78 responded:
    There could be a lot of reason why such symptoms exist.. Only your doctor can diagnose your condition so you better have it checked if it becomes bothersome..

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