Migraine Question of the Week, 12/29/10

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  • Our readers ask some great questions about Migraine disease and other headache disorders here on MyMigraineConnection. Teri and I both answer questions in our community question and answer section. Dr. Krusz and Teri answer other questions in our Ask the Clinician column.

     

    Some of the questions apply to many of our readers, and are great topics for discussion. So, every week, I'll be bringing you our Question of the Week. I hope you'll take a few minutes to look at these questions and the answers, then join us in discussion. One of the best things about online communities is the opportunity to share information and experiences.

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    This week's Question of the Week:

    What would cause very frequent, excruciating sharp, stabbing, throbbing pain on the right, upper, back portion of a persons head (brain)?

     

    My husband gets an infrequent, excruciating sharp, stabbing, throbbing pain on the right, upper, back portion of his head (brain) It lasts from 5 to 20 seconds. He's had maybe a few or so in the last year. It's been happening for about 5 years. What could it be?

     

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    Please Note: This type of question is very difficult for us to answer because it's basically asking for a diagnosis. We're always glad to share information that you can discuss with your doctor, but nobody can diagnose via the Internet.

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    Last updated December 29, 2010
Published On: December 29, 2010