Migraine and Headache Questions - week of 06/18/07

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  • Do you have questions about headaches or Migraines? Many of our readers do, and each week, and Dr. John Claude Krusz and Teri Robert answer some of them. Dr. Krusz is a world recognized headache and migraine expert, often conducting groundbreaking research at his clinic in Dallas. Here are this week's questions and answers...

     

    1. Father with enormous headache since hit in head in 1971? Full question and answer.
    2. Help for chronic daily Migraines? Full question and answer.
    3. Joint pain and triptans? Full question and answer.
    4. Imitrex and Effexor? Diarrhea? Full question and answer.
    5. Hydrocodone for headaches & Migraines while breastfeeding? Full question and answer.
    6. Triptans, Zoloft, and serotonin syndrome? Full question and answer.
    7. Every morning sore neck and hang-over-like headache? Full question and answer.
    8. One-sided headache for 7 months, pain never goes away? Full question and answer.
    9. How much can sinuses and migraines be linked? Full question and answer.
    10. Frequent Migraines, now sharp, shooting pains? Full question and answer.

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Published On: June 18, 2007