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Could exposure to lillies have caused my headache?
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Dr. PAUL Christu
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Yes
Many patients with migraine have "osmophobic"headaches, that is, headaches triggered by strong or irritating odors.
Almost all headaches triggered by odors are migraines. A neurologist can help if this is a frequent problem.

In brief: Yes
Many patients with migraine have "osmophobic"headaches, that is, headaches triggered by strong or irritating odors.
Almost all headaches triggered by odors are migraines. A neurologist can help if this is a frequent problem.
Dr. PAUL Christu
Dr. PAUL Christu
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Dr. Stevan Cordas
Internal Medicine
In brief: Lilly
Lillies are in the allium family and there are several varities.
Sensitivity or allergy to lilly does occur, usually expressed as a rash. Headaches from the smell can occur. Be careful of onions and garlic causing delayed headaches also.

In brief: Lilly
Lillies are in the allium family and there are several varities.
Sensitivity or allergy to lilly does occur, usually expressed as a rash. Headaches from the smell can occur. Be careful of onions and garlic causing delayed headaches also.
Dr. Stevan Cordas
Dr. Stevan Cordas
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