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I have pain in the back of my head- left side. Sometimes it goes all the way up to the front, sometimes not. I am 9+ years post ischematic stroke.
Also have allergies year round. I get a normal headache from them- across the forehead, temes and by my sinuses.
Is this allergy related or is it a tia? Please help.
I had sudden severe migraines that were characteristically different than any that I had ever had before. They were on the front, side and back of my head. No pain pills worked on them. I had a major stroke on my left side about 3 weeks later which were the cause of continuing severe migraines on the left side of my head the last 5.5 years.
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