Migraine and Headache Questions - week of 04/23/07

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  • Do you have questions about headaches or Migraines? Many of our readers do, and each week, 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. OK to go back to work following Migraines? Full question and answer.
    2. Worst headache when masturbating? Full question and answer.
    3. Migraine and sudden sharp pain during echo cardiogram? Full question and answer.
    4. Postmenopausal Migraines, nothing works? Full question and answer.
    5. Percocet makes headaches worse? Full question and answer.
    6. Constant tension headaches, not rested? Full question and answer.
    7. Hashimoto's thyroiditis and Migraines? Full question and answer.
    8. Why did Migraines get worse with menopause? Full question and answer.
    9. Birth control, stroke, and Migraine? Full question and answer.
    10. Medications that really prevent Migraines? Full question and answer.

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Published On: April 22, 2007