Head Sensations

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2 years ago I had neuro surgery for a unruptured aneurysm , I have recovered from that but now get a sensations of of movement in my head , Which can be like waves when I am laying down or sitting. I also get a lot of pain in my neck and left shoulder that causes a lot of fatique.


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    Pls see your neurologist they should do a ct scan and an EEG to check for nerve damage. Don't sit on it get your self checked out asap. I lost my best fries to an aneurysm she was only 44 yrs old. Good luck prayers your way and keep us posted.

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    Hi Carol,  your description of waves in your head reminds me of an inner-ear issue I had. Mine included the waves but terrible loss of balance to the point of falling right down if I turned my head just right. Waves of dizziness. A Dr from ear,nose, threat specialist helped me understand the condition and also performed a surgery on a growth in my inner ear. I no longer deal with this issue but I do know of friends who also had to deal with this without surgery. You may want to consider this as a contender. Best of luck carol, be persistent in your search, delay can sometimes make things worse. 🌷

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    I get a very similar sensation which I can'y adequately describe - although I've had no neuro-surgery, though I have nerve damage in several places since chemo for NHL (in remission 10 yrs). My main problem is incredible burning in soles of feet, among other things, one of which is a weird 'movement' feeling in my head, especially if I turn my head to the side, even very gently. It feels like waves, but accompanied by a bizzare sound like hissing. I call it "head zings" for lack of a sane term, and the noise (which I know isn't audible) sounds not unlike the sound the 'six-million dollar man' made when he jumped 50 feet in the air (millenials will be wondering what I'm smoking about now). Do you experience any 'sound'? "Or has anyone heard of such a thing?"wink

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