this is my 1st time on this forum.
I am 40 years old for the past 3 years i have suffered almost daily headaches with nausa, depression, anxiety with the occasional blackout, numbness every so often to arms/shoulders, i feel weak and lethargic.
I was referred to the neurologist after an MRI scan (3 mass liesons at the frontal lobe were discovered) i was told these were of no concern, she diagnosed me as suffering from daily chronic headaches, however my GP says it is chronic migraine, i suffer with depression and anxiety and rarely leave the house, i feel panicky and nervous when i do leave the house alone, i find even simple things like the weekly chop unbearable.
I currently take amityptiline (40mg) and citroplam (20mg) daily although the depression does feel slightly better on some days the head pain just doesnt seem to ease off.
my advice is do you think the diagnosis is correct? could the gp be missing something?
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