I have suffered with epilepsy for many years. 4 years ago i had brain surgery and have been fortunate enough to not have seizures anymore. However i still get auras and suffer auwful with headaches and migraines. I find i have a habit of my jaw tensing and this leads to headaches. Depending on which side my jaw was tense is were i get the pain. Normally all down one side and my face goes numb and my eye hurt.
Although i take paramol to stop the headaches and ibrufagel for the nastalja in my face, i was wondering if you have any ideas how i can reduce or even stop these headaches from occuring.
Welcome to the Pain Mangement Forum. I am sorry to hear about your headaches. Though you are welcome here I must admit our experience with headaches and migraines is limited.
We have a Headache and Migraine Forum that may be more helpful for you. I suggest that you post there. If they are unable to respond to your questions please feel free to return to the PM Forum. I am sure you will find them helpful and informational.
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