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30 years ago I had experimental brain surgery to remove a blood clot and skull fused together with no plate- no constant headaches, could this be a cause?
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Dr. Brijesh Chandwani
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In brief: Probably not
Although constant headaches have been reported after craniotomy surgery ("post craniotomy headaches), due to the time period involved i would think that the headaches are due to some other cause.
Consult a neurologist or your pcp.

In brief: Probably not
Although constant headaches have been reported after craniotomy surgery ("post craniotomy headaches), due to the time period involved i would think that the headaches are due to some other cause.
Consult a neurologist or your pcp.
Dr. Brijesh Chandwani
Dr. Brijesh Chandwani
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In brief: Probably no
There are several causes of headaches.
It is unlikely that they haedaches you are currently experiencing is as a result of the surgery you had to remove a blood clot 30 years ago. I will recommend that you see a neurologist, who will perform a detailed neurological examination and probably order several tests and imaging studies of the brain, to help better understand the cause of your headaches.

In brief: Probably no
There are several causes of headaches.
It is unlikely that they haedaches you are currently experiencing is as a result of the surgery you had to remove a blood clot 30 years ago. I will recommend that you see a neurologist, who will perform a detailed neurological examination and probably order several tests and imaging studies of the brain, to help better understand the cause of your headaches.
Dr. Benjamin Anyanwu
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