Migraine and Headache Questions - week of 06/25/07

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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. Prevention of menstrual Migraines? Full question and answer.
    2. Migraines after lifting, orgasm, other activities? Full question and answer.
    3. Pain originates at the top of my head rather than in the temples? Full question and answer.
    4. Complicated Migraine symptoms and increase in blood pressure? Full question and answer.
    5. Daily headaches following fainting and concussion? Full question and answer.
    6. Abdominal Migraine, loss of use of legs? Full question and answer.
    7. Can having dental work trigger headaches? Full question and answer.
    8. Barometric pressure and Migraines? Full question and answer.
    9. Migraines and dizziness? Full question and answer.
    10. Recent change - 4 migraines in less than 24 hours? Full question and answer.

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Published On: June 25, 2007