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Posted by Tina
on October 12, 2000 at 11:30:30:
In Reply to: Severe headaches posted by Tammy Warr on October 09, 2000 at 10:07:58:
: I need help to find out what is wrong with me. I have been going from doctor to doctor and test to test and they still cannot figure out why I have these terrible headaches. My headaches are so severe I cannot do anything. I also have tingling in my rihgt and left legs. My headaches are so severe in the morning they awake me from sleep that is when I can sleep.
: I hvae seen a neurologists all the MRI & MRA and CT scans have came back negative for anything.
: What doctor do I see now. I am really at my wits end here and I do nto eant my famliy or friends to think I am a hypocondriate.
: Something is making me very sick and why can they not find it. What kind of doctor can?
: My head feels like it is filled with pressure and they have ruled out migraines I told them it was not a migraine I have had migraines and they do not last for 2 months. My speech is becoming impaired and I loose my blance a lot. I have double and blurred vision. If anyone out there has had these symptoms or a love one has had these symptoms please contact me.
: I need help and I am reaching out. I cannot take naother test. I am already with no income and I have no money not even for the $15.00 co-pay for my insurance.
: Please I beg of anyone if you can help me please do I will forvever be in your debt.
: God Bless to you all and I hope to hear from someone soon.
: 38 Year old white female/present illness Avascular Necrosis and I have had 2 right hip replacements.
: A core decompression of the left hip and it failed.
: Slipping away Tammy
Temporal Mandible Joint (TMJ) disorders can cause these headaches. I experienced the same headaches you described. I saw a dentist that specialized in TMJ disorders. He made a splint for my mouth and this eliminated the headaches. The term TMJ is an umbrella term used when referencing problems associated with the jaw. These problems are not necessarily injury related but also can occur from grinding or clinching your teeth. I hope this helps. Tina
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