Ossification of the Falx, Rare (0.7% of the pop.), generally no information on it. In my case it has progresses rapidly for a 48 yr old man. I have suffered massive headaches for more than 10 years and Neuro's have tried everything to no avail, until... Botox about 2 years ago. Worked like magic until a couple of months ago, headaches started coming back and the Sat. thru Monday level 10 headache put me in the hospital. 2G of Dilaudid, a steroid, Benadryl and Valium got it to stop hurting when I would breathe but my head wanted to explode whenever I moved. CT and CT angiography showed 'significant complete ossification of the falx'. Just 2 years ago this was an incidental finding that was 'mild ossification of the anterior falx'. Some opinions I have read say 'ossification is no big deal'... I'm not feeling that in my case. Are these related? and how do you stop ossification?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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