I had brain surgery for a colloid cyst that caused water on the brain six years ago. I have had a recent CT scan and it was clear. I will be having a MRI next week. Doctors think it might be the regulation of spinal fluid to the brain. The headaches are usually when I bend over or get up from bed or become active with changing my level of head movement. They are throbbing headaches that don't always last long unless I stay doing the activity. Doesn't that sound more like a blood pressure, high heart rate problem? I don't get dizzy or nausea. My last reading was 96/67 and about 100 beats per minute.
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