CHRONIC DAILY HEADACHES

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cheekylady
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   Posted 10/24/2009 5:28 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi everyone,,, Im new to this so dont know where to begin.......
 
I have for the last year been suffering with (nearly) daily headaches. I have had a scan, mri, blood test and a bp machine on for 24 hrs 3 times! All tests have come back clear - thankfully apart from the bp which was a little high but I now take Ramapril for this.
 
My GP is really good and quite knowledgable on head "things" and he was the first to mention chronic daily headaches to me. I waited 6 weeks for an appointment to see the neurologist and was in and out within about 10 mins I think.
 
I told him that I had tried two set of meds from the Triptan family but they didnt help the headache and made me feel weird with pin and needles to my hands and feet! He said that I do NOT suffer from migraine. That I suffer from chronic daily headache. Whilst he didnt really give me much time the fact that the professional has confirmed the condition I feel that its now legit. Not something in my head (so to speak).
 
I am to continue to take Amitriptalyn, currently on 20mg per night and he would like this increased!!!
 
Now I dont know about anyone else but I really struggle with this med! I can not wake up in the mornings. On days where Im not working I normally fall back off to sleep an hour or two after getting up!!! When Im working I try to push it to one side but, like last night, I was in bed for 8.30, asleep before 9 and didnt get up till 9.30 the next morning!
 
I'm really trying to be determind to not let this take over my life like I feel it can and has. It has taken me over a year to find new employment after being made redundant and thankfully Im only working 3 days a week. Any more and Im scared I wont be able to cope??
 
When I have a bad day or two in a row, I find out siders dont understand. My partner and my daughter are excellent. Friends who because of how I feel quite often have not been seen as often kind of look and speak to you like its an excuse. Like it "just a headache"
 
Any words of wisdom on how to cope. Taking the meds. Living with this condition. A light at the end of the tunnel would be greatly received.
 
All the best,
 
xx

JWR
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   Posted 10/31/2009 10:40 PM (GMT -6)   
Ask your neurologist for Nortriptyline. This is similar to amitriptyline but it does not make you very tired.

brit 1
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   Posted 11/9/2009 2:26 PM (GMT -6)   
I started in Jan 09 with stabbing pains on top of my head .The pain got so intense that I could not leave the house.I was in ER twice
we did the cat scans and a MRI found nothing.Then I saw a Neurology Doctor who perscribed Indomethacin I read the side affects and decided there has to be a better way.
Next I saw a Chriopractor after the manipulation of my neck and head I was pain free for five hours,I saw him three times a week for three months and would say I was 98% pain free the pain intensity was not there.
Next I read books about Body  cleansing and Parasites,and I did a full body cleanse and took a  Parasite formula. Bingo
I now have my life back,I hope this helps someone.
cjb
 

theheadacheremedy
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   Posted 11/13/2009 11:39 AM (GMT -6)   
See your dentist for an NTI-tss appliance. Not only is it effective for many but it also doesn't cause any of the medical side effects you may have otherwise experienced.
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