Hi, I was reading your post and wondered if you had any luck in finding out what was wrong? My husband has got the same thing and has had it for over 9 months now. He was also diagonosed with chronic tension headaches but these seem very unlikely and he has been presribed several different medications and none have worked, he has had ct scan which came back normal blood tests normal blood pressure normal eyes normal, he has tryed acupuncture, head massage, everything you can think of, it really is getting him down now and affecting our lives as we just don't know what it is or how to cure it. His head gets worse at night and pressure pain when bending coughing sneezing laughing, the pain is not to bad if he just stays still and eases with ibrupofen. His head feels ok in the morning but then as the days goes on gets worse. Hope your getting better. Look forard to hearing from you.View Thread
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