I can relate to the chronic daily headache issue. I had migraines for YEARS, and along with it a lot of sinus congestion/pressure most of the time. What worked for me was eliminating wheat and gluten from my diet. I feel like a new person and am trying so hard to spread the word to my fellow sufferers, in case this may be part of your problem too! I just started chronicling what happened with me at http://primalmigraneur.blogspot.com/ if it's of any help. Good luck finding answers, there is nothing worse than that daily chronic pain!View Thread
Wow. I'm so sorry, I feel your pain, literally. I had chronic hives on my ankles and sometimes elsewhere for YEARS-- like another commenter below, what finally ended my battle with hives AND migraine, not to mention other weird symptoms like geographic tongue was to eliminate wheat and gluten from my diet. I just started a blog detailing my struggle with finding a cure when very few doctors have been able to help, at http://primalmigraneur.blogspot.com/ Good luck with your search for answers!View Thread
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