I also agree with Annuk. It's a good idea to see your doctor whenever your headaches change, get worse or take on different symptoms. Migraine headaches are different for everyone and I've heard of people experiencing the symptoms you've described, however that doesn't mean you are experiencing a migraine until a doctor diagnoses it. If it is a migraine the doctor can probably give you something that stops it fairly quickly and may be able to diagnose why you're experiencing dizziness on a regular basis.
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