I am 23 and for the past 2 years have been experiencing daily headaches. I have a headache from the time I wake until I go to bed. It is very severe in the mornings and doesn’t really get any better throughout the day. I have been to a neurologist, ENT, and an allergist. They have done numerous tests including MRI, CT, MRA and blood test…all of which came back normal. Yet, I still have this constant head pain/pressure all day, everyday. Obviously something is not normal or I would be fine. My doctors have had me on all kinds of medication ranging from migraine meds to blood pressure meds. They believe that it is a vascular type headache, yet none of the medication has worked the least bit. Please help me…Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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