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Hi,

So this morning I woke up and felt a lil disoriented..nothing out of the ordinary, since my BP isn't all that great in the am. Anyhow, I was standing up for a little while and started seeing a black dot. It wasn't the fuzzies that you get from low BP, but one fuzzy little black dot. It moved around for a little bit then after a few minutes it was gone...

Fast forward a few hours and I have a headache. I've had this headache for a few days... But after seeing this "floating dot" it's gotten worse.

Does anyone have this problem??? I've had headaches that felt worse than this one, but this headache has been persistant for the last few days...

Thanks for any help/ideas!

Jacquie

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Hi Jacqie-

I'm sure your symptoms are nothing alarming. But, with a strange visual disturbance and a persistant headache, I'd check in with your PCP. Both can be indicative of an aneurysm. Please keep a close watch on your symptoms and let us know how you're doing.

Julie

Hi,

So this morning I woke up and felt a lil disoriented..nothing out of the ordinary, since my BP isn't all that great in the am. Anyhow, I was standing up for a little while and started seeing a black dot. It wasn't the fuzzies that you get from low BP, but one fuzzy little black dot. It moved around for a little bit then after a few minutes it was gone...

Fast forward a few hours and I have a headache. I've had this headache for a few days... But after seeing this "floating dot" it's gotten worse.

Does anyone have this problem??? I've had headaches that felt worse than this one, but this headache has been persistant for the last few days...

Thanks for any help/ideas!

Jacquie

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Could be a migraine as you can get various visual disturbances with it but you might want to see an optician too as some fairly serious eye probs can cause a black dot(s).

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I have had visual disturbances from the getgo The neuro I saw told me personally that they were caused by cervicogenical migraines(which I didn't believe) and in all reality after seeings ome autonomic specialists I have been told that for me that is true. I get the floaters quite a bit and notice them more in brighter light (daylight). I would check into it if oyu can but hopefully Jacquie they will go away for you (at least the headache) and they aren't anything too serious.

Take care..Bee

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