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    Head pain
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    An_188775 posted:
    Hey

    I often get pains in the back of my head, especially when i am looking up. It feels sort of like someone is stabbing a cold needle through my skull. I am also frequently dizzied. Is this something I should worry about/is it worth getting checked out?
     
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    truck88 responded:
    Hi An_188775, Ouch! I'm sorry to hear that you are suffering those symtoms. I would definitely get myself checked out if I were you. I feel like it's too big of a risk to take not to see a doctor given your symptoms. Sometimes when I have weird symptoms or if I want to find a new doctor, I visit this site: bit.ly/VmZkTj

    I hope that you visit your doctor and sort your pain out!


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