Headaches & Dizziness

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I've recently been getting awful headaches and constantly going dizzy, does anyone else get this?

It didn't start until my fibro symptoms started ๐Ÿ˜”

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    It's strange I've had fibromyalgia since 2005 but recently I have been having really bad headaches and I do get dizzy spells it seems you just get more and more symptoms all the time.
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    Yes migraines, dizziness and a foggy head are all related to fabromyalgia and I get headaches that can last for days. There is so much involved with fibromyalgia that it's shocking. And yet again doctors advise, take painkillers, even if it is every day! Great isn't it!!!!! Not
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      Thank you, my doctor told me that it was just low blood pressure, which obviously I understand, but she didn't take into consideration any other types of medical issues I have๐Ÿ˜”
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    I just feel that my family are sick of hearing about all my ailments associated with fibromyalgia, mainly because there's that many!!!! Also it is not an illness yet again that people can see, so you feel totally alone and desperate for more answers or treatment for this fibromyalgia.
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    Hi charley, dizziness was one of my first symptoms, it came on so suddenly and lasted solidly for 11 weeks, it comes and goes now. i was given a tablet called procholoperizine that really helped. maybe ask your GP for some.

    hope it improves soon.

    gill

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