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Hi I suffered a SAH 7 years ago and from the day I had the embolisation I have suffered dreadful migraines 2-3 days a week and constant tinnitus. . The neurologist has given me everything he can but nothing helps! Does anyone else still have long term headaches or migraines? 

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Hi I have had headaches for 18 years  they are saying now that they are vascular migraines 

 

I hope they find something to help you soon 

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I had a headache in the back of my head for almost 3 years post SAH. The neurologist always dismissed it and said it was expected (something about agitation from the residual blood). Long story, but my oncologist recently suggest physical therapy (PT) for the pain. She wrote a prescription. I was doubtful but decided to give it a try.

 

My pain felt like a tight stretched band across the back of my head.  After PT sessions twice a week for about 8 weeks ~ I actually had relief. I was amazed! The exercises and neck and spine manipulations really did help. I am just throwing this out as I never would have considered PT for any kind of headache.

 

I am so thankful and recommend this as a possible option in some cases.

Kathy (Colorado)

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They diagnosed them when I told them exactly what I was feeling and when I was feeling it so some of my symptoms would have been the same as vascular migraines xxx

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