I am 30 years old man suffering from chronic daily headache concentrated on centre of forehead for last ten years .NO FEVER, NO VOMIT, NO CHANGE IN NATURE OF HEADACHE , MRI SCAN is normal
I have tried medicines as prescribed by Neurologist with absolutely no help. Cap. Fulanrizine (calcium channel blocker) Tab. Vosograine (ergotamine, caffeine, and prochlorperazine) Tab. wysolone (Predinosolone )drug Cap. Betacap propranolol Tad. Alprax Alprazolam Tab xenobid Naproxen Tab suminat (Sumatriptan) Tab. Amixide (chlordiazepoxide and amitriptyline) Tab.Ciplactin (cyproheptadine) Tab. Rantac Tab. Epilex (Sodium volporate ) also Injection Botox , but no change in nature & intensity of headache .
I can neither study nor concentrate on any work as it is chronic persistent headache daily always for last 10 years. Concentrated on frontal forehead .Headache even after a sound sleep of 8 or more hours. Tried yoga , aquaculture Aqua pressure , Now I am very dejected .is there any hope plz help .
I am 30 years old man from India suffering from daily persistent headache for years from the onset concentrated on centre of forehead. NO FEVER, NO VOMIT, , MRI SCAN is normal.Its generally Pulsating/ throb. headache sometimes worse, but never goes always, it is daily headache from the onset, no change in nature of headache for last 10 years, no sinus problem , No overusage of analgesics medicine as have not used any medicine for last three years and tried message therapist ,aqua pressure, acupuncture , but again no change in nature of headache. Affecting my concentration & career as it is persistent headache daily always for last 10 years. Generally throbbing Concentrated on frontal forehead .Headache even after a sound sleep of 10 or more hours
I have tried medicines as prescribed by Neurologist with absolutely no help. Cap. Fulanrizine (calcium channel blocker) Tab. Vosograine (ergotamine, caffeine, and prochlorperazine) Tab. wysolone (Predinosolone ) Cap. Betacap propranolol Tab. Alprax (Alprazolam) Tab xenobid (Naproxen) Tab suminat (Sumatriptan) Tab. Amixide (chlordiazepoxide and amitriptyline) Tab.Ciplactin (cyproheptadine) Tab. Rantac, Tab. Epilex (Sodium volporate ), indomethacin, gabapentin .
also one Injection Botox ,......
Supraorbital Diagnostic Nerve Bloc ,,,, but no change in nature & severity of headache
. Now I am very dejected . what could be the cause , what is this type of headache and how to cure plz help .
Has the neurologist/ENT specialist ruled out the possibilities of a migraine problem? Have you been to a psychiatrist? This could be a tension headache or a symptom of depression. Are you mentally fine otherwise? Do you face symptoms like lack of sleep/sleeping too much and still not feeling fresh, fatigue, loss of apetite/too much apetite, feeling sad all the time (not just because of the headache but for matters that concern your personal life)? Did you ever get hurt badly by anything in your forehead?
My ENT doctor told me sometimes (very rare) the CT Scan is unable to catch an infection of the sphenoid (by the way, there are four pair of sinuses, maxillary,frontal,ethmoid, and sphenoid) sinus. He told me that he himself has handled a few such cases where the CT scan showed absolutely nothing but when the endoscope was inserted through the patient's nose, surprise! surprise!!, there was pus in the sphenoid sinus!!! When an ENT surgeon performs FESS (Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery) he inserts an endoscope through the nose. With the help of the endoscope, he can view the conditions of the sinuses. I am not sure if the endoscope can be used at other times (other than during surgery). Ask your doctors (especially ENT) about this. Good Luck!
I have also been dealing with the same pain for allmost 4 years now , I have been to see many doctors and specialists and was recently told to try botox .... I have been on so many different pain killers and drugs thet I couldn't write them all down .. It is sad to see the health care going the way it is in our small town .... I have also seen a sinus specialist and had a ct scan done on my sinusus showing nothing ...... I did have a camera inserted into my nose to look at them it hurt like hell and still nothing ... I have recently been to see a neurologist going 6 hrs and nothing from him either my last visit to another specialit i was told to try Botox ... I hope it works what do u think ???
I am a 24 yeard old male from Canberra Australia who has had a persistant headache in forehead since November 2005. I have tried a whole range of tablets, massages etc..etc..etc...etc..etc, spent over $10,000 and these bullsh*t doctors have showed little interest in helping. I had Sinus surgery (had hemirage a week later which may have undid what doctors had done). The headache has never changed, it is very much same as the first post from India. Has anyone had any answers?
I am a 57 yr old woman from California. Had persistent headache (between eyes and in nose) for 5 yrs along with chronic migraines. Have gone through All the treatments of Everyone who has posted before me. Now I am about to have a procedure called a sphenopalantine nerve block done at Stanford Pain Clinic. They did a Trial block using Large q-tips w/lidocaine up my nostril to see if it would help. (of course, it was a surgical procedure and I was sedated) I was OUT OF PAIN for about 24 hours, after the procedure. So now I am willing for them 2 do a more aggressive longer acting procedure. Great full to be near Stanford Doctors.
I am in as worse a situation as everyone else....all i will add for now is that i am seeing a headache specialist who advised me not to take persocet or any pain pills. as even in a very small dose they can lead to headaches. so...as i was taking a very small amount as a crutch, now i must endure more pain until someone can tell me what is going on.
I have the same problem, and i had been given nortriptyline in small doses at first (10 mg), then 25, then 50. The neurologist should know how to increase the dosage for you, but it worked after a month or so of taking them. I was migrane free for about 3 years, but they have returned. i may have to make a visit to the doctor to see about these headaches again, and possibly get some more nortriptyline.
also, something else you may consider is Atypical trigeminal neuralgia (ATN). a good way to test this, is if you pres certain points along these nerve (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigeminal_n
erve) and your headache seems to go away for a few seconds. then this may be what you have.