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Throbbing head

I have been getting a throbbing head when I stand  to walk from a sitting position.  The throb is very strong and I can't walk.  I have to let the throb subsibe in order to walk.  The strong throb last for a few minutes.  If I sit down the throb seems to go away; but, If I stand up again, it will start again.  I don't have this throbbing everyday.  It seems to come and go every so many weeks or sometimes months.  What can cause this condition to happen.  I do believe I drink enough water.   Can a dengenerative neck disks cause this?  Thank you.  
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