I have suffered migraines and chronic daily headaches for years, but I recently experienced the worst headache/pain I have ever had. It was above my right ear and shot towards my temple. The pain only lasted a second or two but would return a few seconds later, it was so severe that I experienced nausea and vomitting. This intermittent pain lasted 7 days straight. The only thing that could relieve the pain was Vicodin, and it didn't even help very much. Migraine meds were completely ineffective. I also experienced a strange feeling of being touched across my forehead and my scalp hurt so much on the right side that I couldn't brush my hair. After a few days I went the ER. The doctor suggested it was Neuropathy, but when I told my Neurologist, she disagreed with that possible diagnosis, suggesting it was migraine. I have many symptoms that resemble MS, although the neurologist is unable to make a diagnosis at this time and tends to focus on my headaches. This headache was like nothing I have ever had and I have fear of it returning. Could this have been a migraine? Or should I try to explain my week of agony better to my neurologist?
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