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PostSubject: Popping sensation    Fri Mar 03, 2017 9:31 am

Hi I'm new here  Help 

My names leanne and I've recently been diagnosed with benign intacranial hypertension and papilledema after a long overdue visit to the opticians. This is my first post but over the last 6 weeks this site has really helped me feel like I'm not going crazy after all so thank you  Smile

I've been experiencing a whole list of symtoms some only started after the lp which I don't understand! Anyway...laid in bed last night and I felt a 'pop' in the back of my head followed by a crackle sound I could hear and a warm spreading sensation, I did feel some pain but nothing major. 

what I'd like to know is has anyone also experienced anything like this? 

I still feel a slightly strange feeling round the back of my head this morning, I'm sure I'm not the only one feeling like an attention seeker listing a ton of symtoms to my doctor, so thought I'd ask for some advice here before I bother him.

Thank you for reading this hope I make sense! 

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PostSubject: Re: Popping sensation    Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:54 pm

Hi Leanne, I'm glad you've found the information helpful!

This doesn't sound like anything related to your BIH, but, if it's causing pain or discomfort, I'd definitely get it checked out. You could have just moved or slept on in wrong, but with the burning sensation it doesn't hurt to check.

Keep us posted, and take care!
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