I'm a 21 year old guy, out of the blue last night I woke up at around 2 am with a thumping head ache that bought me instantly to the ground out of bed into tears, my partner was lost on what to do as was I. I sat there clutching my head as tightly as I could. The pain was so severe my vision was blurred and I struggled to catch my breath. This lasted for 10-20 minutes before the codeign and tremmedol I had took effect.
I've never had this before and I'm wondering whether its just a normal once off thing or should I be worried???
If Anyone reads this and has similar symptoms,I've found out I have a cluster head ache. There isn't much known about them except they mostly affect men and is genetic nothing can fix them and they pose no serious health risks
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