About Me: Female, 50, Mahaska, KS, member since Apr 2010
I am a 44 years old women, I have had health problems most of my life. I have had 15 surgeries on my ankles including two fissions and a morton's neuroma removal. This last year I injured my back by rupturing a disk. I also have two bulging discs in my neck. I have
[More] always had migraine headaches, however after my back and neck injury this year, I suffering from them even more. I have about 4 bad headaches a week. I have seen a neurologist, he perform an MRI and told me that nothing is wrong with me. I have severe arthritis in my ankles and left knee. I have tendinitis in my left knee and I have bursitis around my iscleal process. I also have peripheral neuropathy. I know the headaches are not normal. I had to quit my job because they were coming so frequently. I have meds to (Imitrex) interrupt the headaches. Can you possibly help me
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