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Headaches- no diagnosis

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  • Posted By: Missy2007
  • April 9, 2007
  • 10:41 PM

I have had headaches and have seen every kind of doctor I can think of. MRI was clear, bloodwork was okay (though eosinophils were high) and the allergist said "zero allergies" . I can feel my pulse in my head. Bending over is excruciating. Does anyone have any thoughts. I am hesitant to move fast or do much because it hurts to bad. At times I vomit when it gets too severe. Any thoughts?

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  • My son was having migraines at age 12. We went to the pediatrician and neurosurgeon and were given testes. All normal. I was frustrated as well. I finally went to a chiropractor and :) hey, after a few adjustments he was back to normal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He gets adjustments from time to time... but if you go to a chiropractor they can school you on how they can work for you. I at first was a skeptic, but am now a believer. good luck. Most times insurance companies cover this. janet:D
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  • Sounds like a sinus headache to me. I had chronic sinus infections for who knows how long and didn't know it. Sure I would have a pronounced one now and then and take the antibiotics and decongestants and the symptoms went away, but I was still having headaches. They diagnosed me with migraines and fortunately the meds did help, but after I ended up in the hospital with what was assumed to be asthma, my asthma/allergy doc decided to order a sinus CT. I thought it was crazy because I had an MRI and CT before the diagnosis of migraines and all looked OK, but apparently unless you do a sinus CT it is almost impossible to see the inflamation from chronic sinusitis. Mine was so bad that I could see the inflamation on the screen of the CT tech. I did 2 months of antibiotics and my repeat CT was clear.Moral of the story--ask for a Sinus CT.Good luck and God Speed
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