I have to agree to Andrew, Most of those symptoms are associated with migraines. However, problems related to head injuries can show up years later. I would definetaly have a neuologist check you over. If it is migraines, there are plently of medication our there that would help you reduce or eliminate the number of events you are having. If it is something else, the neurologist can help make a diagnosis and treatment plan for you.
Good luck and keep us posted.
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