Same headache for at least 2 weeks!

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For the past two weeks ive had the same headache and now I'm freaking about a brain aneurysm. The right side of my head, front, ear and back hurts, like an ache and sometimes with sharp pains, the right side of my face also feels weird.

I have had this before and then it went, but now have come back. I had an MRI in january. Does anyone know what kind of headache this could be? The doctor says I suffer mugraine, but im still worried about an i ruptured aneurysm since my eye mouth and tongue feels strange.

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  • Posted

    Try getting your doctor to give you a shot of Magnesium Oxide Vitamin.. It sound kinda weird.

    But when i seen a headache specialist because the ER could not help me. Which i posted my concern about my headaches a couple of days ago. I just did not know what to do, i seriouly thought i was going crazy.. I went to the ER three times, they did a CT and a MRI scan on me and thank god nothing was there. But i still had my headaches. So i decided to see a Headache specialist, he told me that sometimes we get lots of headaches because our body lack Magnesium Oxide and some other vitamins. He shot me with the Magnesium Oxide, and has soon has the vitamin was in my system i felt much better. Plus he told me to drink B2, Boswellia vitamins. Try this and see if this help you. I never thought that Vitamins would be such a different in my body, but it really did..  I do hope that this will help you.. 

    • Posted

      I have been diagnosed with Hashimotos (underactive thyroid) so I wondered if it could be that causing the headaches. It's weird how it dissappears for some time then just comes back and stays for two week. Sometimes i fear that im having a stroke rolleyes
    • Posted

      Try and make a appoinment with a Neurologist. Maybe he or she can help.. 
    • Posted

      Ive already been in January who ordered me the mri. She said nothing was wrong rolleyes my mri did show an enlarged putuitary gland which they said doesn't cause headaches.
  • Posted

    Under active thyroid does contribute to headaches. My daughters just been tested for it and one of her symptoms is frequent headaches.

    im assuming your doctor prescribed thyroxine? It works pretty quickly. Give that a couple of weeks to kick on. See how you feel then.

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