Weird head feeling/anxiety

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Hi wondering if anyone could tell me if they relate to this or have any advice, I've been suffering with health anxiety for about 5 months. Just as I was starting to over come it one night I had a severe migraine (the worst I've ever had) it lasted for about half an hour and I took some paracetamol and it soon wore off. When I woke up the next day I had the weirdest head feeling which is very difficult for me to explain to people, it's a very uncomfortable feeling almost as if my brain is on a spring and swaying in rushes when I'm distracted it goes but as soon as I lay down to go to sleep or relax it ones back which is very frustrating. It went for 2 whole weeks and I thought I was finally free of it but now it has returned. I've had 5 blood tests for different things including a full blood count and balance tests yet because everything came back clear my doctors are trying to get me to go away now. I feel like if I had an mri scan it would put my mind at rest but my doctor won't refer me so I can't win. What should I do sad

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    Go to a different doctor. 2nd opinion.
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    You don't need to explain how your head feels just that you had a bad headache and don't feel right since

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    It's very common with migraines for it to leave you feeling unusual for a while,i think they call it a migraine hangover. The migraine can still be there days later and cause no pain, it's very common

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