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Hi everyone! I am a 28 year old female. I was recently diagnosed with Chiari 1 malformation in August of 2017. I've had migraines since 2012 that were stable until about a year ago. My migraines have progressively gotten worse over the last year. It has become so frequent that it is beginning to hinder my ability to function throughout the day. I have severe migraines that nothing seems to ease the pain. I feel like my head is going to explode... And if I attempt to lay me head down the pain increases. I'm vomiting, I have ringing in my ears, I have light sensitivity and much more. Again, this isn't every day, but it's always twice a week. I recently saw a neurosurgeon that highly recommends surgery. Has anyone had a successful outcome from their surgery?
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