The Call for Opposition: Challenging the P2P and IOM Processes
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pressure in head

Discussion in 'Neurological/Neuro-sensory' started by Cindi, Aug 27, 2011.

  1. maryb

    maryb iherb code TAK122

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    @Valentijn
    I know that works for you, I tried it after reading how successful it was . I just feel even more ill, also get fishy burps - and I've tried a lot of different brands, Strange how different we are.
     
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    pressure in head feeling waxes and wanes for me. I do not feel pain with this pressure...........kind of feels like my head is stuffed with something...........feels real fuzzy like I am under water or water on the brain! I will feel a little dizzy and off balance if the pressure is more than usual............also sometimes it feels like my brain is running a fever with the pressure feeling.
     
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    ..............................................What are your Snps? I have exactly your symptoms. Had them for thirty years now! Almost all vestiges of CFS are gone now, EXCEPT this symptom.. I'm thinking its Sulphur and or food histamine issues. Do you have pollen allergies? Is this a similar type pressure?
     
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    Tammy Senior Member

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    @shah78..........never had test.......so don't know what my Snps are. I do not have pollen allergies.......never have had sinus problems. It is interesting that the head pressure is your only remaining symptom?
     

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