Daily Headaches what type of medical tests do I need to take. Had a CT Scan and MRI Brain Lesions was found but still have daily headaches after Multiple Sclerosis was diagnoised. What test should be done so I can find out why have constant daily headaches?
How are you? Constant daily headaches may be caused by various underlying conditions such as inflammation or other problems with the blood vessels, infections, medication side effect, increased intracranial pressure and even from rebound headaches caused by pain medicine. It is best that you discuss the results with your doctor for proper evaluation. Treatment usually depends on the diagnosis. Take care and do keep us posted.
How are you? Do you still experience the daily headaches? Further evaluation by your neurologist may help. It is best that you discuss the results of your diagnostic tests including your CT scan or MRI results. Take care and hope to hear from you soon.
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