Head Spinning After Swimming?
, I am 16 years old often experience dizzy spinning after swimming since last year had to lie down long enough to recover. There is no allergy or history of any disease. What’s the solution?
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Related to headache complaints, it should be supplemented with some information related to how the headache pattern is experienced whether only one head or the whole head, whether there are other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, flashing lights on vision, double vision or other symptoms that accompany, whether complaints aggravated by something such as sudden movements, whether there was a previous history, whether there was a history of other pain, whether there was a history of trauma or head injury. Based on complaints of headaches, there are several diseases that may be the cause, i.e.
Abnormalities in the structure of blood vessels
Vertigo is a condition that makes the sufferer experience dizziness, to feel himself or his surroundings spinning. Patients can experience vertigo with varying severity. The main symptom experienced is a dizzy head spinning, some accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea. Vomiting, hearing loss, ringing in the ears, and g abnormal eye movements (nystagmus)
Abnormal structure of blood vessels (venous artery malformations), namely abnormal growth in arteries and veins. Some of the symptoms felt are headaches, weakness, loss of consciousness and even seizures. Examination is done based on history and physical then test with angiography to see the condition of blood vessels that are experiencing abnormalities.
Chronic migraine is a headache that is sometimes associated with blood vessels that contract or dilate with related conditions such as the hormonal cycle in women, a history of trauma. Symptoms that are felt like throbbing one-sided headache are sometimes accompanied by nausea, vomiting or sensitivity to sound or light.
In the examination that has been done can be compared and the progress of the course of the disease to better ascertain the cause of the symptoms felt and the progress of healing will depend on the exact cause of the disease experienced. In this condition, further consultation with a neurologist is recommended.
If you experience a very severe headache condition, spraying vomiting, decreased awareness, seizures should immediately go to the nearest emergency room.
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