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I have constant headaches for five year now and I was wondering if someone might know something that could help.
Much love :)
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  • I'd probably see a doctor rather than ask random internet people
  • @Coconut haha it's been five years ofcourse i did that first
  • @OwlsDream that's good lol, what did they say?
  • @Coconut well alot of stuff but nothing helps and they dont know anymore
  • Did you try ignoring them. Thats what I do.
  • edited May 2017
    @OlympianHeros it's kinda hard and the headache get worse if i do thinks
  • You've seen just a primary phisician right.
  • edited May 2017
    @OlympianHeros jup they couldn't find anything wrong with me
  • It may have something to do with your vision, see am eye doctor my aunt had a similar problem
  • I guess I just have to live with it and hope it disapears some day
  • @OlympianHeros I did but even after i got glasses it didn't change the pain in my head.
  • How long ago was your last visit
  • like 4 month ago
  • Did you get a new pair of glasses, and do you remember to wear them. Because that can cause them to not adjust. Or if not that do they filter blue light (Are they yellow tinted)
  • I always were them and get recheck every half year also have different glasses for the blue light
  • Well then very clearly I am wrong and it has nothing to do with your vision. Best I can do is say Asprin
  • @OlympianHeros hahaha thanks anyway it's the thought that counts and I appreciate that you tried to help me, thanks  ~_~

  • At the same time though I live with this weird thing where my left eye just decides that it can only see white, and begins to hurt like hell. The only way for me to get it to stop is to close my eyes and sit. 
  • @OlympianHeros Damn, so you have it tough to huh
  • edited May 2017
    @OwlsDream
    Have you tried cracking your skull open, it seems to work for Zeus, Careful though, children are in "rare cases" a side effect
  • @backyarding I'm no god tho, i may look like one but that's just a coincidence >:)
  • edited May 2017
    @OwlsDream I've been dealing with Chronic Migraines for a long time. They are incredibly debilitating.

    As somebody whose been down this road let me just say if you haven't seen a Neurologist go schedule an appointment now, as they are a specialist in that type of field.

    After that you should probably wait and hear what they've had to say, however some common solutions for Migraines is Botox, Immitrex, Flonaze, Phsyical therapy, and some more. However speak with a neurologist before you do any of these, except maybe Flonaze as that's over the counter allergy spray. 

    Also important question, could you describe where on your head you get them, how bad, the type of pain, and whether you are Male or Female (I know the last one is a tad personal but it truly does make a difference, you don't have to answer it if you don't want to, just trying to help.)? There are a lot of different types of Headaches and they are not all created equal.

    As someone who's spent a large majority of their life going through this I feel your pain and am here to help you as much I can.
  • @OwlsDream Have you seen an optometrist?
  • @snarkyslytherin I'm pretty sure Olympianheros already cleared that up when he asked about an eye doctor, unless there is a difference between the two that I a man unaware of.
  • @Maesquin specifically for updating his type of glasses. he could have a depth perception problem - that's what I have and why I get migraines.
  • @snarkyslytherin yeah, I'm just thinking that that seems to be what they were mostly talking about
  • @Timedagger100 thanks for your concern, soory that you also have something like this so deal with.
    i'm a male and also have been to a Neurologist and they gave me all the medicine you mentioned.
    Also been  to a specialist for allergies.
    the headache is constant, all over the skull above my eyebrows all the way to the back, it feels like something wants to explode in my head.
    it get worse with physical and mental activity.

    thanks for your thoughts and it's sad to here your in the same boat (sort of)
  • @snarkyslytherin I indeed have a depth perception problem but my glasses fix that.
    ut your pretty incredible, it took doctors 2 years before they even mentioned something like this.
    thanks
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