A 20-year-old female asked:
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headaches nearly making me pass out over a year after a hit to the head but doctors won't take me seriously, what should i do?

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Dr. Stephen Rodrigues
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Find another doctor!: I will assume you have had all the scans and imaging studies and he found nothing. Then you have muscular type headaches. See travell's myofascial therapy protocols are designed to treat all types of "joint pain." begin a self-care self/pro massage, chiropractor, heat, epsom soaking, stretching. I use acupuncture!
Answered on Dec 9, 2013
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Dr. Gabor Racz
22 years experience Anesthesiology
Could be a neuroma: Injury to scalp nerves can lead to neuroma formation. Causing localized pain. Local nerve block can stop pain for hours or longer if repeat block is also short lasting, pain doctor with freezing cryoprobe may fix it. Freezing to 60f below zero gives the neuroma frostbite. See an interventional pain doctor.
Answered on Jun 29, 2013
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