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long term headache

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  • Posted By: victagg
  • January 6, 2007
  • 01:10 PM

My daughter who is 33 has had a headache for the past 6 months with no diagnosis. She has had MRI's MRA's ct scans, cerebral angiogram and nothing was found. She has seen a PCP, neurologists and neurosurgeon. No one can figure out what is wrong. She has no history of headaches. She just woke up one day with the "worst headache ever" and it has not gone away, not even for ten minutes. She gets nausea and sometimes vomits. She has been in the hospital 3 times and not even morphine helps. Has anyone ever heard of anything like this? She really can't take much more.

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  • She needs to detox.She might be consuming and inhaling common household products that are hurting her. We call that a toxic overload.She needs to try to drink some camomille tea and or lynden tea ( no caffeinee, no tea leave added) if she is not allergic to pollen. You need to read about alkaline and acid diet and food combining. First thing- tell her not to drink milk, sugar, nuts, wheat or anything processed as those are common offenders.She needs to drink lots of water.If she can take a bath with epson salt for no more than 20 minutes that would also help.If she had blood test- they need to check the liver function- it might be spewing toxic bile. Ask her not to eat potatoes or tomatoes right now coz they unleash unexpected inflammations.
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    • January 6, 2007
    • 03:04 PM
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