Thanks to everyone who answers. I'm 13 years old and have had chronic frontal headaches for 2.5 years now, (and neck pain, dizziness,occasional pain down my legs, sensitivity to light and sound and I get tired quickly) we've tried every type of therapy....physio, medication, chiropractor, osteopath. I've also seen many, many doctors and they did MRI scans back when I first got the headaches and it was all fine - But i was just wondering whether it's possible that something's changed since then or they missed something and I could have chairi malformation?!? I've missed a lot of school and now it's getting to GCSE's, I'm currently on medication but I'm at home unable to go to school writing this... so were getting quite desperate and our gut feeling is that weve missed something important.
Like SelsmaS said, you can request (and recieve) copies of your MRIs to review with a new doctor. For me, they discovered it with a CT scan after I got a concussion. I had follow ups with MRIs and I was able to obtain copies and review them. You can also request the doctor to check for chiari. C:
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