Headaches all day, every day for several years

shopgirl Community Member September 24, 2009
  • I have been living with a headache all day every day since I was in junior high. I'm 25 years old now. This past winter, I was in 2 car accidents. The car accidents made my headaches worse. I tried chiropractic care, acupuncture, and massage therapy. Chiropractic care made my headaches worse. Acupuncture & massage therapy helped, but my headaches never went away. I'm taking propranalol, cyclobenzaprine & tylenol every day to help with the headaches. If my headache is really bad, I'll take meloxicam and excedrin migraine too. I don't take meloxicam alot because it can cause major stomach issues. The thing is..... None of these meds help at all. My entire head and neck and shoulders hurt really bad all day every day. Sometimes my headaches are so bad that I end up throwing up. It's been like this since I was in junior high. About 3 weeks ago, my doctor took an MRI of my head & neck to rule out a brain tumor, an aneurysm & to make sure my neck wasn't broken after my car accidents. Everything came back fine. he also ran some blood tests to rule out my thyroid, hormones, blood sugar and what not. Everything came back fine. Over the years, I've had so many doctors tell me that I am faking it & that my pain isn't real. I'm really starting to believe that my pain is not real and that I'm going to have to live with having a headache all day, every day. I honestly don't know what to do or what to try next.... Or even if I wanna try anything because I'm so sick and tired of doctors telling me that I'm faking it and don't believe me when I tell them that something isn't working. I have tried taking Topomax in the past. I remember the medicine helping somewhat, but it's been so long since I've taken it, that I don't really remember how much it helped. Right now, I'm working very part time at a McDonald's right now and don't have health insurance. So I can't pay for Topomax since it's still pretty expensive. The doctor I'm seeing now is at a free health clinic & there's only so much he can do for me there. I am looking for a full time job with benefits, but with this economy, I'm pretty much screwed. Anyways, that's my story in a nutshell. Any suggestions, tips, or comments will be appreciated.

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  • Nancy Harris Bonk
    Health Guide
    Sep. 29, 2009

    Hello, and welcome to MyMigraineConnection.com!

     

    A few thoughts here. First, sorry it has taken me so long to get to you - I am so glad you've found our site and know that you are definately not alone in your pain. Being in chronic daily pain is exhausting and frustrating - it stinks Yell! Let me see what information and support I can give you to help you...

    RHMLucky777

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    Hello, and welcome to MyMigraineConnection.com!

     

    A few thoughts here. First, sorry it has taken me so long to get to you - I am so glad you've found our site and know that you are definately not alone in your pain. Being in chronic daily pain is exhausting and frustrating - it stinks Yell! Let me see what information and support I can give you to help you out, ok?

     

    I know money is tight, suddenly being a single parent after 24 years, I get it. But that doesn't make it any easier, does it?  The most important thing I think I can tell you is to find a Migraine specialist - yes- another doctor. But really, see, a Migraine specialist devotes his entire practice treating patients like you and me, who have headaches and Migraine all day, every day. Neurologists who are fine doctors, treat so many different conditions, like strok, epilpesy and MS, it is difficult for them to be experts in any one area. Take a look at the article Migraine and Headache Specialists - What's So Special? If you need help finding a Migraine specialist, check our listing of Patient Recommended Migraine and Headache Specialists. We have a awesome specialist in Franklin, WI which isn't too far from Watertown, WI. She is on the list.

     

    Now, unfortunately, if you're taking any kind of pain med, or Migraine abortive medications like triptans more than two days a week, a big part of your problem may well be medication overuse headache (MOH), aka rebound. See Medication Overuse Headache - When the Remedy Backfires for more information on this. If you're in an MOH situation, nothing you take is going work, neither prescription nor "natural" medications nor over-the-counter - ever. If that's the case, you need to work with your doctor to stop the medications causing the problem. 

     

    Thank you for creating a SharePost. SharePosts are a form of blogging, and there are many things you can do with them. You can share an experience, suggest something that's helped you, use SharePosts as a Migraine and headache journal, and many other things.

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    Welcome again,

     

     

    Nancy Bonk
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    • Anonymous
      cheryl
      Jun. 21, 2014

      I need serious prayer and help with my headaches.  They have destroyed my life

    • Nancy Harris Bonk
      Health Guide
      Jun. 22, 2014

      Hi Cheryl.

       

      I'm very sorry to hear that migraine/head pain has been controlling so much of your life. Do you by any chance see a migraine/headache specialist? You've probably seen so many doctors by now the last you thing want to do is see another one. But I can assure you that migraine/headache disorder specialists are very different from general neurologists....

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      Hi Cheryl.

       

      I'm very sorry to hear that migraine/head pain has been controlling so much of your life. Do you by any chance see a migraine/headache specialist? You've probably seen so many doctors by now the last you thing want to do is see another one. But I can assure you that migraine/headache disorder specialists are very different from general neurologists. Here's why - general neurologists may say they are 'headache experts' but that really isn't the case. This is because neurologists treat so many different conditions such as multiple sclerosis, stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson's and others it is difficult for them to be experts in one area. Migraine/headache disorder specialists ARE experts because they treat one and only one condition - migraine and headache disorders. Let me share information on how these doctors are truly special http://www.healthcentral.com/migraine/doctors-254944-5.html.
      I hope this information helpful.
      Good luck,

      Nancy 

       

  • Jennifer
    Jan. 10, 2014

    I am going through almost the exact same thing. Goodrx.com is a great website to help pay for meds. They give you a coupon and tell you the cheapest pharmacy in your area. I can get the generic topamax, topirimate 2x100mg for about $30 per month. But it did not help me enough for the side-effects to be worthwhile. I sell HVAC equipment on the phone, so the...

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    I am going through almost the exact same thing. Goodrx.com is a great website to help pay for meds. They give you a coupon and tell you the cheapest pharmacy in your area. I can get the generic topamax, topirimate 2x100mg for about $30 per month. But it did not help me enough for the side-effects to be worthwhile. I sell HVAC equipment on the phone, so the word loss was horrible. Also, they say "tingling" in your hands and feet. It was more like stabbing needles.  Good luck. If you find any answers let me know.  Right now, I manage with adderall, stadol, Xanax, valium, and at the moment, lortabs. My neurologist has pretty much given up and now he is pulling out the big guns because nothing standard even touched my headaches not propranalol, nortriptyline, amitriptyline, something that starts with I. Imitrex helps but it puts me to sleep for the entire day. He has even tried thorazine, promethazine, and benadryl at night to slow down nerve function. I still get horrible headaches daily and 2 mri's, a ct scan, and a spinal tap showed nothing. I even tried the chiropractor but it made the headaches worse. Oh and cyclobenzaprine. I take that when my neck is stiff but only at night because I have a VERY low tolerance to downers and I will literally fall asleep at work.

  • emmxx
    Nov. 27, 2013

    im glad i found this i have just signed up as my 10 year old daughter gets migrains every day it started with just 2 or 3 a week but has got worse she now gets them every day and not just once a day she can have up to 6-7 a day with blurryion dizziness and feeling sick her meds are not working im hoping they find the right ones for her and soon as its knocks...

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    im glad i found this i have just signed up as my 10 year old daughter gets migrains every day it started with just 2 or 3 a week but has got worse she now gets them every day and not just once a day she can have up to 6-7 a day with blurryion dizziness and feeling sick her meds are not working im hoping they find the right ones for her and soon as its knocks the stuffing out of her its heart breaking seeing her in pain and shes missing out on so much school 

  • Anonymous
    Tara Janowski
    Apr. 11, 2011

    Hello, I just wanted to let you know that you are not alone. I also deal with Chronic 24/7 headaches and I have been dealing with them since the summer of 2005. My headpain gets so bad sometimes I can feel it in my face, I have pressure constantly in my ears, and neck and shoulder pain as well. The first 2.5 years I tried everything from Massage to TMJ...

    RHMLucky777

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    Hello, I just wanted to let you know that you are not alone. I also deal with Chronic 24/7 headaches and I have been dealing with them since the summer of 2005. My headpain gets so bad sometimes I can feel it in my face, I have pressure constantly in my ears, and neck and shoulder pain as well. The first 2.5 years I tried everything from Massage to TMJ treatment, to Chiropractic and then specific  chiropractic (Atlas Orthogonist). I ended up going to a Neurosurgeon and I had a C5-6 Fusion because he thought that may have been the culprit of the headpain but it wasn't. I also had my wisdom teeth removed because the oral surgeon told me that could cause headpain, and ear problems and that wasn't it either. It wasn't until I came to Hopkins and I talked to a Neurosurgeon and I explained to him the weekend before the headaches started I went boating with some friends and I had been jolted around, and a few months before that I had fallen down the steps and broke my tail bone. The Dr. told me I had post traumatic whiplash syndrome and even though all my scans were fine he was almost positive that it was my liagaments that were strained and they were causing the pain along with the facet joints and these things don't show up on MRI's, CT Scans, etzc.... The surgeon ended up doing some blocks and they were diagnostic, and after the block my headpain eased up, so I knew that I wasn't crazy, it was muscular and ligament related. So I now work at Hopkins and I have good insurance finally after 4 years of basically no insurance and I am going to try to see if there is something that can be done, IDK??? We will see. I hope everything works out for you:)

    • piero333
      Sep. 16, 2012

      Tara,

       

      Did you ever get relief from your headaches? I also have been dealing with 24/7 headaches for 3 years and 1 month now.  I have tried physical therapy (on my 3rd round now), TMJ therapy (2 different doctors - neither have worked), occipital nerve blocks, chiropractic care, I also went to an Atlas Orthogonist and got relief for a whole month...

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      Tara,

       

      Did you ever get relief from your headaches? I also have been dealing with 24/7 headaches for 3 years and 1 month now.  I have tried physical therapy (on my 3rd round now), TMJ therapy (2 different doctors - neither have worked), occipital nerve blocks, chiropractic care, I also went to an Atlas Orthogonist and got relief for a whole month but then the headaches came back.  I also developed constant 24/7 tinnitis and have been to a couple different doctors for that, but they said there's nothing they can do. I even went to a naturopath, who seems more like a psychic.  I'm still doing the program she put me on, but so far, no change.  I've had 2 MRI's and a CT scan, but everything is "normal" they say.  I do have an Arachnoid Cyst, but the doctors have said that shouldn't be causing headaches.  I know I have TMJ, bulging discs in my neck, arthritis in my neck, and I was in a car accident back in 1987 that gave me wiplash. There are some days I just don't even want to go on anymore because the pain is so bad. Please let me know if you have found something that helped you because it sounds like we have similar situations. Thank you, and God bless!

    • Anonymous
      cheryl
      Jun. 21, 2014

      Can you please help me. I am in the worst pain ever.  24/7. And I am ready to give up on my life. I have lost everything.  My family has disowned me.

  • Anonymous
    Kylie
    Oct. 29, 2010

    I have had headaches all day everyday for as long as I can remember. For years I was told I was faking it, depressed, drug seeking, attention seeking. I gave up searching for an answer when I was 19. Then my vision starting getting blurry. It got worse and worse until I went to the doctor. After a couple of more doctors I finally got the answer I was looking...

    RHMLucky777

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    I have had headaches all day everyday for as long as I can remember. For years I was told I was faking it, depressed, drug seeking, attention seeking. I gave up searching for an answer when I was 19. Then my vision starting getting blurry. It got worse and worse until I went to the doctor. After a couple of more doctors I finally got the answer I was looking for all those years. I have Chiari Malformation. Its rare and most doctors miss it. My headaches won't go away but now at least I know I am not crazy.

  • Anonymous
    violets12
    Oct. 05, 2009

    This won't get rid of migraine but does help.  Buy a bottle of peppermint essential oil at health food store ( approx. 6 or 7 dollars)    Put a few drops neat on wrists and temples and or behind ears being careful not to get it too close to your eyes.  This will briing some relief.  You can also put into a pot of simmering water...

    RHMLucky777

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    This won't get rid of migraine but does help.  Buy a bottle of peppermint essential oil at health food store ( approx. 6 or 7 dollars)    Put a few drops neat on wrists and temples and or behind ears being careful not to get it too close to your eyes.  This will briing some relief.  You can also put into a pot of simmering water at home.  Take some deep breaths of steamy peppermint water.  Try iceing your head as well.  This will bring some relief.  I've tried many meds and preventatives for migraines and still get them quite often.  I am 48 and didn't start getting them till my early thirties.  I know its disheartining when nothing really works.  I think you must be talking to the wrong health care professionals because my MRI on neck and head was ok too but the neurologists I've seen seem to believe me.  Most recently I am trying vitamin B and magnesium every day.  So far no difference but Im hoping . . . .

     

    Moderator's Note: Please see safety note in Teri's reply.

    • Teri Robert
      Health Guide
      Oct. 05, 2009

      Violets,

       

      Peppermint oils should never be applied to the skin "neat," but always used with a carrier oil. Also, peppermint oil should not be used by pregnant women or young children.

       

      Thanks for sharing, but let's be safe. :-)

       

      Teri

    • Anonymous
      violets12
      Oct. 07, 2009

      ok I guess wont do any comments and just be a viewer from time to time.  Thats what has helped me for over a year now so I was just trying to pass it on.   It has never bothered my skin and I know to be careful near my eyes. I'm sure it would also work mixed with carrier oil. Sorry.

    • Teri Robert
      Health Guide
      Oct. 07, 2009

      Violets,

       

      You're very welcom to comment, and I hope you'll continue to do so, please?

       

      I didn't comment to hurt your feelings or challenge your suggestion. But I use aromatherapy a good deal, and I've read the safety info on peppermint oil. Please understand that I want everyone to be safe, and I'm obligated to comment as I did when I see something...

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      Violets,

       

      You're very welcom to comment, and I hope you'll continue to do so, please?

       

      I didn't comment to hurt your feelings or challenge your suggestion. But I use aromatherapy a good deal, and I've read the safety info on peppermint oil. Please understand that I want everyone to be safe, and I'm obligated to comment as I did when I see something that could be unsafe.

       

      Teri

  • PinkPatty
    Sep. 26, 2009

    Hi.  I'm sorry to hear about what you've been going through.  I think you've gotten some good advice here and hope it will help you.  I too have chronic daily headaches which are 24 hrs a day 7 days a week and have been happening for 7 years now.  I've been trying to get some relief through medication or find something that will help and...

    RHMLucky777

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    Hi.  I'm sorry to hear about what you've been going through.  I think you've gotten some good advice here and hope it will help you.  I too have chronic daily headaches which are 24 hrs a day 7 days a week and have been happening for 7 years now.  I've been trying to get some relief through medication or find something that will help and have not yet had any success and it is really hard, and I have insurance.  I know it must be really hard when you don't have insurance and I really sympathize with you.  When you are able, I do suggest you find a headache specialist - I don't think they will tell you that you are making this up.  I am hopeful that through testing, we will eventually come up with a diagnosis and I will eventually be able to get control of my headaches.  I'll keep  watching to see what you are able to work out, please keep us updated.

     

    Good luck.

     

    PinkPatty

  • Andie
    Sep. 25, 2009

    I'm so sorry to hear about how much and how long you've been suffering. I know how horrible it is. Mine started about a year ago (continuous, and I also have the neck pain although I've not been in an accident per se). I've also had everything "organic" ruled out by all kinds of tests. Fortunately no has told me I'm faking it. The change in my life before and...

    RHMLucky777

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    I'm so sorry to hear about how much and how long you've been suffering. I know how horrible it is. Mine started about a year ago (continuous, and I also have the neck pain although I've not been in an accident per se). I've also had everything "organic" ruled out by all kinds of tests. Fortunately no has told me I'm faking it. The change in my life before and after is too abrupt and obvious for denial, but I also have not been helped by any of the many kinds of treatment I've tried (like you) nor the many medications I've tried, and it is terribly discouraging. It really is true that it's one of the invisible diseases and I feel very alone and isolated with this dibilitatiing pain now in my life. I think it stinks that all Americans are not entitled to whatever they need to be healthy. We boast about being #1, but we're behind Canada, Great Britian, France, New Zealand, Switzerland, etc., and even China when it comes to the human right to health care. Try to hang in there. Know you're not alone in your frustrations, for what it's worth.

  • headachelady
    Sep. 25, 2009

    Hi shopgal!  It sounds like you may have a bit of medication overuse headache.  When you take a lot of pain meds (whether it be over the counter or prescription) it can cause epidsodic headaches turn into chronic ones.  You said that you often take tylenol and excedrin migraine.  These drugs have the potential to do this.  I don't doubt...

    RHMLucky777

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    Hi shopgal!  It sounds like you may have a bit of medication overuse headache.  When you take a lot of pain meds (whether it be over the counter or prescription) it can cause epidsodic headaches turn into chronic ones.  You said that you often take tylenol and excedrin migraine.  These drugs have the potential to do this.  I don't doubt though that you have migraines for other reasons too.

     

    I understand about how drugs are so expensive.  I have never been in a position where I haven't had insurance so I have been fortunate.  But there are programs out there that can help you pay for drugs.  First of all, have you contacted your county assistance office (welfare in some states)?  Since you are only working part time you may be eligble for state medical assistance benefits.  You may not want to do this, but at least you would have insurance and would be able to get the drugs you need until you could find a job that has benefits.  Also all of the drug companies have patient assistance programs.  When you don't have insurance and can't afford to pay for your needed medications they will provide you with the meds that they make for free or with a minimal copay.  You just need to fill out an application form and your doctor needs to fill out part of it and send in a prescription with it.  If you know what drugs you need just google that drug name with "patient assistance programs" after it.  It will give you the websites of the drug companies that make it and it will give you the info that you need.

     

    I know how frustrating it can be to be in pain and to not have any answers.  It really sucks that finding treatment for our disease is trial and error and not an exact science!  Hang in there!  -  Kayleen

  • Melanie Jane
    Sep. 24, 2009

    Here are a few possible suggestions:

     

    As a comfort measure have you ever tried using steam? Either by taking a hot shower or by breathing in steam from a bowl of boiled water with a towel over your head? I've rarely had this completely relieve a migraine, but I've found that the heat and steam help me relax as I slowly breath in and out and the pain level...

    RHMLucky777

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    Here are a few possible suggestions:

     

    As a comfort measure have you ever tried using steam? Either by taking a hot shower or by breathing in steam from a bowl of boiled water with a towel over your head? I've rarely had this completely relieve a migraine, but I've found that the heat and steam help me relax as I slowly breath in and out and the pain level does subside if I keep it up for 20-30 minutes. I'll sometimes do this 3 or 4 times a day, especially when dry or windy weather has brought on my migraine. I just feels good.

     

    I've also found listening to certain music can block my experience of pain for a while. I'm sure this is a very individual thing, but worth trying out. For me it is often folk music with amusing or whismical lyrics that make me smile. (Who knew?)

     

    Also, you might ask your doctor if he/she can prescribe something just for the nausea. Or you can even ask a pharmacist if there is something he/she can recommend that's over the counter. I'm not sure why more health providers don't offer this, but one of mine did, and I've found that relief from the nausea even when my head still hurt counted for a lot.

     

    Another thing you might want to talk with your doctor about are some of the vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements that have been shown to help reduce migraine severity when taken on a daily basis over several months. Many people have had positive results with one or more of the following: Magnesium (usually in one of its chelated forms), B Vitamins (usually B2, B6 or B12), Omega-3, CoQ10, Butterburr, Feverfew, to name just a few. I use several of these, and though they've not made me migraine free, they have cut the severity of the pain I get significantly.

     

    Other members of this community will have other helpful suggestions for you, too, I'm sure. Be methodical and just keep trying things, one after another, and when you've discovered something that works for you, even in a small way, take note. It might then lead you to another discovery or insight about your pain that will help you even further.

     

    Good luck to you!

     

     

  • aimee82
    Sep. 24, 2009

    I don't have all the answers, if you look at my recent post you will see I am pretty much in the same boat. One thing I happened to not see in your post was a headache diary or trying to find triggers. For someone who gets a migraine every single day, finding a trigger is tough, and thus far I have been unsuccessful finding mine, but for some people it helps....

    RHMLucky777

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    I don't have all the answers, if you look at my recent post you will see I am pretty much in the same boat. One thing I happened to not see in your post was a headache diary or trying to find triggers. For someone who gets a migraine every single day, finding a trigger is tough, and thus far I have been unsuccessful finding mine, but for some people it helps. You can google migraine diary and many sites explain what they are and how to use them. For a particular friend of mine processed foods or foods containing a certain thing was the cause, I can't recall the name but it is in bananas, nuts, and processed foods. Smoking and caffiene can be triggers, allergies, many things. I don't know if this helps, but it's all I can think of currently.

     

    I know what you mean about people thinking you are making it up. My first nuerologist was aweful in that sence. He insisted that you can't get a migraine every day. He gave me a chart explaining the difference between a migraine and tension headache, and my symptoms all matched migraine (aura, one side of head, throbbing, severity, increase with physical activity, decrease with rest, upset tummy/ vomiting, etc) except for the duration and frequency. Mine last from 4 hours to 2 weeks at a time without treatment, and I get on average 1 full day to a few hour period of a day a week without one. The doctor insisted that was impossible, and told me go home and google headaches and read the symptoms and call him back and let him know what I found. After days and days of research I found one type of headache that pretty closely matched my symptoms, some that weren't even mentioned on the migraine/headache chart he had, so I called him to discuss if this could be what I had. He left me a message back saying "stop trying to be a nuerologist." He is the one that told me to look it up! The next doctors I saw after him found him a joke. They believed me, and tryed many things to help till I lost my insurance, unfortunatly none of it worked. The moral of this story is, don't let a doctor make you question that you are "making it up." Migraine pain is very real, and there are so many different kinds, so many causes, so many cures, it's not like a cold where you drink fluids and you get better in a  few days, it's complex.

     

    My best advice other than the diary is to try to keep relaxed and calm, and get plenty of rest when you feel bad, and on the days you do feel good try to get moderate excercize and eat well. Stress makes them worse, and letting your body get out of shape or unhealthy makes them worse also. If ibuprofin doesn't help don't take it, it will only tear up your stomach and liver.

     

    One thing I do sometimes, I know long term is bad so don't do it often, is slam caffeine. Some people find some relief from caffeine because of what it does to your blood flow. Be very careful with this though because caffeine has a chance to make it worse, and if you drink it often will almost certainly make you have rebound headaches among other health problems. Also caffeine helps to take with medicines because usually a person with a migraine doesn't digest things normally, and so for example taking an ibuprofin wouldn't help because it isn't getting into your system. That is why some imitrex has caffeine, as well as excedrin headache. Once again, be very careful with this, caffeine can make it worse if you have it too often, I can't stress this enough. For someone having a migraine every day an abortive medication needs to be a worse case scenario for when it's really really bad, otherwise you take them so much it causes rebound.

     

    A preventitive medication or preventing triggers would be your best solution, so get that topomax as soon as you can afford to try it for 6 weeks to see if it helps. It may not, but if it does your life will get so much better and getting a great job with benifits will be SO much easier.

    • Anonymous
      MigraineInBalti...
      Sep. 24, 2009

      Hi ShopGal. I know how you feel and am impressed that you keep searching for some help.  I've had a flurry of symptoms since childhood (26 now) which included forehead pain, foggy head, ringing ears, pain in ears, difficulty focusing, double vision, etc and was consistenly diagnosed with Sinus infections or told that there was nothing wrong me.

       

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      RHMLucky777
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      Hi ShopGal. I know how you feel and am impressed that you keep searching for some help.  I've had a flurry of symptoms since childhood (26 now) which included forehead pain, foggy head, ringing ears, pain in ears, difficulty focusing, double vision, etc and was consistenly diagnosed with Sinus infections or told that there was nothing wrong me.

       

      Have you heard of a drug called Frova? My dr just started me on that about a month ago and I've had great results. The problem is, it is expensive and depending on insurance, there's a limit on how many pills you can get. Like you, I'm starting a beta blocker tomorrow...

       

       

    • Anonymous
      gonzalo razo
      Nov. 24, 2013

      Thanks for the diary advice, I've had headaches almost everyday for two years, I just had an mra done on me and a one centimeter anurism showed up but my doctor said it was too small to be the cause of my headaches, I have also been looking for triggers but most of the time I wake up with a headache so I'm not sure what could trigger that