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HEADACHES:

  • Positional Headache – Pressure headaches that are worse when laying down, and relieved from being upright. Patients often report falling asleep and waking up in the middle of the night with a pressure headache.
  • Headache that originates behind the eyes, or (often feeling much like a sinus headache)

 

NECK PROBLEMS:

  • Neck pain/stiffness
  • Interscapular (between the shoulder blades) pain/stiffness

 

EQUILIBRIUM/BALANCE PROBLEMS:

 

COGNITIVE PROBLEMS:

  • Mild Aphasia (generally anomic or primary progressive)
  • Memory problems (usually short term)
  • Brain Fog

 

EYE/VISION PROBLEMS:

  • Blurred vision
  • Dimmed vision
  • Double vision (diplopia from dysfunction of 6th cranial nerve)
  • Poor or decreased peripheral vision
  • Flickers/flashes of light (photopsia)
  • Moments of occasional blindness
  • Permanent blindness

 

EAR/HEARING PROBLEMS:

 

OTHER PHYSICAL PROBLEMS:

 

Synonyms:
symptoms of high intracranial pressure, IH symptoms, IIH symptoms
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