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I am having a different type of headache

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 6, 2007
  • 08:38 AM

Please help me... i am having severe headache with nose and mouth bleeding.I am 21 years old male.This headache started for me when i was 13 years old but since these 3 years it has become unbearable.When headache starts my body becomes weak with nerves streching from top to bottom especially of hands and legs..This occurs frequently and i do faint sometimes.Pain is so severe that sometimes i hit my head on the wall.very rarely my chest also pains.I have consulted many doctors but none of them could find out what is my disease.I am very scared.Pain becomes severe at night and by morning it would be ok.I am loosing my weight also..On my left hand,near the elbow area my nerves have crumbled.This happened 4 or 5 years back.That area is also paining.My hands and legs used to shiver and body becomes weak when headache starts for me.Kindly reply for this post and do tell me what is my problem.And tell me what treatment i should undergo..

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  • I am not a professional but it seems like you may have cluster headaches. I am not sure if there is a proper cure, but you should research it and see if they have discovered a cure. Otherwise, I have read that a lot of people suffering from cluster headaches get relief by using Psilocybin (Magic Mushrooms). I read about one person curing their cluster headaches for a year at a time. He would boil a bunch of the mushrooms and drink them like tea. Apparently this caused him complete freedom from his headaches for a year. I hope you find a way of releaving your pain.Best of luck,Someone who cares
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    • October 7, 2007
    • 09:52 PM
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