have been havibg headaches for yrs now but they seem to be getting worse since 2009.the only way they get better is if the dr gives me a lumber puncher and the readings go as far as 65 and they say this is abnormal and the test results come out normal.lately the headaches are so intense that i can feel them when sleeping and i am always tired and need to rest at least 12 hrs and if i wake up with a startle i get instant headaches.i have been taking immigral but it leaves me with an abnormal heart beat.i also vomit which makes the headaches worse.this is hindering my life so much that i dont know what to do i cant even play any sports as shaking my head is also a trigger and im gaining so much weight it hurts.help me find a solution.my cat scan came back normal im now due for mri.if anybody has a solution help me out.my 9 yr old son is also experincing the same symptoms but his are still mild and they are monthly.View Thread
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