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26 Jul 2005

Pain still there
Doc, this is leading into probably the 6th week of my prob. I have a pain/ache at the back left of my head (occipital region I would say). First diagnosis, sinus. 2nd diagnosis, chronic sinus. 3rd diagnosis, something wrong with my neck, therefore physio. I was on Diazepam and Celebrex and although the Diazepam knocked me out, the celebrex really did nothing for the dull ache. Going for my 3rd physio tomorrow - if there is no improvement after that - what next? I am freaking out! When they say there is vision problems with a brain tumour - what kind do they mean?
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01 Jan 0001

Worried, the next step would be to see a specialist – either a neurologist or a specialist physician. I doubt that it is due to a brain tumour, but the disturbance depends on where the tumour is. Good luck.
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