I have been suffering from bilateral eye pain and frontal head pain for over 3 years. This constant, static, intractable pain has become totally disabling and I've had to completely withdraw from college and almost all other activities. I have literally seen over 100 doctors all over the United States including Ophthalmologists, Neuro-Ophthalmologists, Neurologists, Neurosurgeons, NeuroRadiologists, and Cardiologists. Several doctors have speculated that I have New Daily Persistent Headaches. Other doctors say that my diagnosis is Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension. I am 22 years old and I'm looking for ANY information that would lead to the resolution of the pain I experience. I've been blessed with a loving family that supports me and cares deeply for me. My father is a physician and has offered a $50,000 reward for information or diagnosis or referral leading to the resolution of the pain I experience.
here is a link to a website my father and I constructed which has my full medical history
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