In Sept. 09, I all of a sudden developed a severe headache which was so painful I can't desctibe. I started vomiting because of the pain. I went to the ER and they basically told me they didn't know what caused it and sent me home. A few days later I went to a neurosurgeon and he immediately sent me in for a MRI. They came out and told me I needed to be admitted. The results show I had a right frontal hemerage. The doctor told me I was fortunate to have made it between the ER visit and going home and then to a followup. It seems that I have a cluster that burst. So far I am not have any further trouble with.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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