Many patients report a delay of 1 - 6 years in the diagnosis of their cluster headaches. Migraine-like symptoms (light and sound sensitivity, aura, nausea, vomiting) are major reasons for the frequent misdiagnosis by primary care doctors. In some cases, patients are inappropriately treated for other types of headaches or health conditions (including having sinus surgery).
Cluster headache is diagnosed by medical history, including the pattern of recurrent...Read more
Full Question: I started having headaches about three years ago. To me they seemed to be cluster headaches. They came about one o'clock in... Read more »
Full Question:I am a 34-year-old male diagnosed with Migraines at the age of 20. I get migraines pretty infrequently, every 1.5 to 2 years... Read more »
Full Question: Is there anything I can do to prevent a cluster headache? Is there anything I can do to relieve the pain while it is... Read more »
Full Question: I have been suffering for about 4-5 years from what the Dr. calls "seasonal" or "cluster" headaches or migraines. I get them... Read more »
Cluster headaches are so painful that they've been called "suicide headaches." At this time, the only treatment that's FDA approved for the acute... Read more »