i have had a crainototmy 2yrs ago for pit tumor. i have been having sever migraines for 5yrs. i get sever migraines that is only on left side and it starts at my temple then up to top of head then into left eye. these headaches get so painful i vomit and head gets sore to the touch. the pain is spreading to my head behind my ear. my doctor wont help me with my symptoms and just rushes me out of her office. doctor tells me to got to the er if i need to. i dont understand why she wont help me, im on dialintin for grandmaw seizures. i am very worried about this and these headaches come about 2 times a mnt and last for 5 days. i have daily headaches i can handel but the migraines ,i am at a stand still. i cant handle any lite and loud noises, i keep my hand over my eye . is this something to worry about ,please help
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