My wife has been suffering from chronic headaches since she was seventeen. She is thirty know. She has seen several doctors over the years. Has taken many different perscriptions. Has had three MRI"S and everything came back normal. For the past three years she has been getting blackouts from the headaches. When she gets a blackout her headache becomes very severe and her body shakes a little. She will come to during the blackout and look very confussed. Almost everytime when she blackout thinking it was a different year. Asked me who are those kids. Not knowing how many kids we have and where we live. Then she will get a severe pain again and a little body shaking and come out of the blackout and remember where she is. She has seen specialist for it and they still can't find what is wrong. If anyone has answer"s PLEASE RESPOND!! We really need help.View Thread
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