I have been experiencing headaches daily for two years now. I have constantly from when I wake up to when I go to sleep. I have seen a few neurologists and tried many medications but nothing has helped. I had an MRI done as well as blood work and it all came back normal. I am now however, experiencing sudden stabbing headaches that are very intense and occur out of no where. They only last about a minute at most. I have been experiencing those through the day for about a month now. The thing that frightens me however, is that these sudden headaches are now at my brain stem. After one if these headaches occurs, my normal headache worsens. Does anyone know what my be causing my headaches?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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