:( I have been getting headaches since May 10, 2009. They started one night I had gone out with friends to the movie and went to eat on the way home I had this sudden occurrence of pain located on the left side on my head just between my frontal and temporal lobe. They feel like a stabbing pain in the side of my head, but not a continuous stab just constant. I have tried every over the counter pain re-leaver and none help with the pain. I rate my pain a 7 on a scale of 1-10. I have seen a neurologist about 2 months after my first occurrence she prescribed Naproxen 500mg to be taken 2x a day for 5 days and then 1x a day there after. This did not help. I am currently seeing a chiropractor who believes my headaches are from two vertebra in my neck being stuck together. I have been going to her for about 5-6 weeks now and have not had any relief. The headaches don't go away when I sleep, if I go to bed with a headache I wake up with one too. They come on sudden and I can't seem to find a trigger. The last for days and weeks, don't know what finally causes them to leave but if the pain does subside its only for a short time before the pain or headache returns. This headache I have now I have had almost 2 weeks, constant pain no relief, doesn't get better just worst. Is there anything else that I should try that may give my a relief from pain or any suggestions on what sorta doctor I should try next. This is the 6th months of pain and I need re leaf fast.:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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