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recently i been getting headache nearly everyday. around last week i felt like there was something moving in my brain idk how to explain it. like a worm. it doesnt happen now but my brain is like beating with the same pace as my heart and the right side of my brain is hurting. should i see a doctor? or has this happened to anybody
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plss anyone
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I think try and book an appointment with a doctor :yes:
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I think try and book an appointment with a doctor :yes:
do u think its normal and will go away because my mum said its okay it will go away. she thinks its a normal headache but its not and she wont go doctors with me
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I would ring the surgery first thing on Monday and at least take up the option of a telephone consultation.

How old are you?

Have you been feeling more anxious recently?
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I would ring the surgery first thing on Monday and at least take up the option of a telephone consultation.

How old are you?

Have you been feeling more anxious recently?
turning 18 ina few months and not really anxious but i think i have depression. i dont want to self diagnose but i cant tell my mum
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Go to the doctors as soon as possible, it could mean a lot of implications!
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do u think its normal and will go away because my mum said its okay it will go away. she thinks its a normal headache but its not and she wont go doctors with me
I mean it sounds worse that a 'normal' headache, and if it's been going on for a few days then I think it's worth at least having an appointment/consultation with your doctor
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I mean it sounds worse that a 'normal' headache, and if it's been going on for a few days then I think it's worth at least having an appointment/consultation with your doctor
do you think theyll let me go alone if im not 18? also are they all phone appointments because i get anxiety talking to people
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Go to the doctors as soon as possible, it could mean a lot of implications!
can i go by myself if im 17?
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also my right eye starting to hurt while the right side of my brain is hurting
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do you think theyll let me go alone if im not 18? also are they all phone appointments because i get anxiety talking to people
I think if you're over 16 then you can go to the doctors by yourself, I don't know the answer to your other question (and remember that almost all of the users on here aren't medially trained so there's only an extent to which we can help you )
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I think if you're over 16 then you can go to the doctors by yourself, I don't know the answer to your other question (and remember that almost all of the users on here aren't medially trained so there's only an extent to which we can help you )
yeah i understand sorry i was panicking a bit but i really need answers if the appointment isnt by phone i cant do it. im going to search it up
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recently i been getting headache nearly everyday. around last week i felt like there was something moving in my brain idk how to explain it. like a worm. it doesnt happen now but my brain is like beating with the same pace as my heart and the right side of my brain is hurting. should i see a doctor? or has this happened to anybody
definitely go to the doctors! if you’re over 16 you’re fine to go alone, although i think with lockdown they do it over the phone which will probably make it easier for you. try not to stress about it too much but definitely talk to a GP, it’s better to be safe than sorry!
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It may be an idea to call 111 if you are unsure.
This is the non emergency phone line where you can get medical advice.
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can i go by myself if im 17?
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It may be an idea to call 111 if you are unsure.
This is the non emergency phone line where you can get medical advice.
do you have to say your name or details
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recently i been getting headache nearly everyday. around last week i felt like there was something moving in my brain idk how to explain it. like a worm. it doesnt happen now but my brain is like beating with the same pace as my heart and the right side of my brain is hurting. should i see a doctor? or has this happened to anybody
I'd go see a doctor asap if I were you.
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Yeah
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definitely go to the doctors! if you’re over 16 you’re fine to go alone, although i think with lockdown they do it over the phone which will probably make it easier for you. try not to stress about it too much but definitely talk to a GP, it’s better to be safe than sorry!
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