Very hot spot inside my head?

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Does anyone have ever felt this? Its like a very hot spot inside my head. I felt this randomly like burning sensation inside my head that last long like 3-5 seconds i wonder what is this??? And last night is the worst dizziness i have ever felt where i almost passed out! That dizziness made me rushed to er but the doctor ruled out its just vertigo! Im always dizzy and unbalance when walking since 3 years ago. Sorry for many questions but this is freaking me out! Thanks for the answers i hope u can share your experience

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    PJ8888...sorry can't say I've ever experienced what you are describing...how old are you..?? Have you had any test to start the search process as yet... I trust all will turn out OK... Stress less...
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      I am 25 years old and yes I have done all the test but not MRI cuz im scared to do it, all test are normal but i dont know what is this feeling inside my head...
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      Hello Combo,Best thing I think for you i s consult your GP, from Macm. there are few with brain cancer, don't know if burning in head is a s ymptom, but do you have a ny lumps. Consult your GP, please, Regards, P Gordon
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    Headaches are one of the most common health complaints.  Almost every person will experience a headache at some point during their life (imagine being one of the few who never gets a headache!)

    The majority of headaches can be classified as vascular (migraine and cluster headaches), tension headaches or a mixture of the two.  Less frequent causes of headaches include trauma, dental pain, jaw disorders, neck disorders, sinus pain and tumours.

    So, with so many different types of headaches, knowing what kind of headache you have is important for you to understand and will have a big impact on conventional and Naturopathic treatment of your headache.

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