Coming from someone who this has also been one my greatest fears, I can honestly tell you that the more you dwell on headaches the more they will continue to plague you. I get a headache, i over dramatize the significance of the headache and it ends up lasting a week until I say ***** it, get over it, and then it goes away. And with the headaches Ive had all sorts of sensations. I went into a guitar store in Japan and felt so dizzzy that the room was spinning around me. I was in my bed in the hotel room and the bed felt like a boat in stormy seas. I found myself not being able to read the internet codes on the back of my hostels door because they were blurry. When i got home i went to see a gp who did a balance test and said that I had actually failed which obviously worried me even more. Until one day again I just woke up, worn out from the constant worrying and said ***** it. After that my symptoms went away. I guess the point of this post is the more we prioritize and dwell and consciously think about our symptoms the more pronounced they become. If you get a MRI and it comes back clear, your symptoms will fade automatically but it will be a short reprieve from the cycle of symptom and worst case scenario we find ourselves in on a daily basis. We have a form of OCD where we obsess over our health and are compelled to get to the bottom of every ache/niggle and twitch. We go to the doctor to have that fleeting feeling that for that small moment in time, we are not facing down death. But it always finds its way back in some shape or form.