Posted by WaterDog (184.108.40.206) on June 18, 2001 at 17:34:30:
In Reply to: Deep breath. OK, but first... posted by Margi on June 18, 2001 at 17:02:51:
One thing I have noticed is that there is a connection between head, neck or back injury and headaches. I personally had 33 stiches to the right side of my face and head before the headacehs set in permanitly. Which is the side my headaches are on. NOW I am not saying that every pop to the noggin is going to induce Clusterheadaces, or anthing but a Mild headache from the blow. The brain is a very fragile piece of software, the NFL ( National Football League ) now that everybody has a personal trainer and doc, and the evidence from about miltiple concushions and not letting the brain heal and let the internal crainial pressure return to normal takes longer than most have imaganied. Or If there is not permant damage that the brain cannot repair it's self. Not to mention countless other causes for headaces. as margi suggests Hubby needs a Trip to the Neuroilogist and or a Pain Mgmt. Specialist, the usall course of action is to see the Neuro first and use the Pain Mgmt. Specialist for the last resort.
Thanks for your Time
P.S. keep my address and hit my mailbox if I can be of any assitance, I myslef have opted for the opaite soultion after 24 years of a diagonised chronic Clusterheadace sufferer.
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