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Your headaches are getting worse. Do you need an imaging test?

May 07, 2020


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Tammie King
May 07, 2020

I had a concussion last month. They told me I sprained my neck in the process. My blood pressure dropped so low that I passed out.
These headaches were this bad also when I was diagnosed with Non-hodgkin’s lymphoma. I’ve been in remission almost 3 years.
Which doctor do I call? My pcp or oncologist? I stay tired when I get these headaches. I can sleep almost all of the time and feel like I’ve had no sleep at all.

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