Migraine and Headache Questions - week of 7/2/07

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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. Basilar-type Migraine and damage to nerves? Full question and answer.
    2. Health insurance and Migraine as a pre-existing condition? Full question and answer.
    3. Going to a clinic for ten years with no luck. Suggestions? Full question and answer.
    4. Topamax working, but not around period. Increase? Full question and answer.
    5. Migraines brought on by viral meningitis? Full question and answer.
    6. How can I find a caring doctor for my 10 year old son? Full question and answer.
    7. Does this mean my migraines are going away? Full question and answer.
    8. Hemicrania continua and Indocin? Full question and answer.
    9. Acupuncture and other alternative treatments for Migraine? Full question and answer.
    10. Sharp pain on temple? Full question and answer.

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Published On: July 02, 2007