I am 15 years old and have had constant nonstop headaches for 3 years now. I have been to 2 doctors and neither of them knows what is wrong. The pain is constant but varies from a medium ache to unbearable. It seems to increase with stress and it might be more severe in the early afternoon. The pain is concentrated at the center of the crown of my head then extends into the center of my forehead, around the crown of my head and stops at the back and extends from the center of the crown back across my scalp and stops at the back of my head. I have had an MRI, x-rays, and a CAT scan and they found no structural abnormalites. I have some alergies to dust, dustmites, and one common type of mold and i experience frequent heartburn. I need a diagnosis or at least some tricks to reduce headache pain because i dont want to feel and take this pain any longer. Asprin, excedrin, ibprofen, tylenol, and advil all dont work then only mask the pain slightly PLEASE HELP!!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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