Re: Severe headaches when laying down
I hope it isn't a weak aneurysm going on with you, but I would think this would be visible with an MRI. Have you had one done before? I've heard of a few people who had CT scans and needed an MRI to identify these if they were very weak or anything smaller that requires a more detailed scan. If you haven't had a scan before and are not able to identify the cause of the awful pains, I'd definitely check into it. I'll admit that I did not yet have an MRI, but my migraines are from very noticeable causes (menstrual cycle, certain foods, etc.) - I'll get an MRI eventually I am sure, but I'd get one right away if I couldn't figure out what was causing my migraines. Also, when you have seen doctors, what kind of doctors (like a general doctor or a specialist?) and what did they check you for? You mentioned that you have tried prescriptions, so I assume you have had this looked into. Did you get more than one opinion? I hope you are able to solve this very soon so you can get some peaceful sleep!