Please tell me youve made improvement? I am currently 18 and have had this pressure in the back of my head, temples, jaw, and upper next for over a 1 year now. It has ruined my life. I have the EXACT same problem. I have been to many doctors and none of them have solved the problem and I have been diagnosed with many different things. I was diagnosed with Lyme disease treated for about half a year no change. I have been to probably 10 different doctors and all of them were clueless and just gave me different types of pain medication. Ive went to one Neurologist and he told me that I have something called New Daily Persistent Headache. This fits the description of my symptoms but sais that there isnt a cure. I went to another doctor and he told me that I have thyroid problems, specifially hypothyroid.View Thread
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