I can pretty much tell you if a storm is passing through and about what the barometric pressure is by how my head feels. I know there have been some studies done linking the two but Im not sure specifically how it affects someone with a CSF leak. Im sorry. Hopefully I can do some research on that soon!
I've suffered from migraines since I was 5. All I can say is, everyone I know tells me I should be a meteorologist because my head starts pounding about an hour or two before it rains or gets really windy. I absolutely believe there's a connection.
I generally (would estimate more than 90% of the time) have increased head pain with weather fronts/barometric pressure changes and I do not fly often, but can not say that I "usually" have increased pain with cabin pressure changes (takeoff/landing etc)
Post Edited (Thunderhead Hawkins) : 3/3/2014 4:08:21 PM (GMT-7)