Throughout the year, I've had pretty frequent headaches that just became my norm, since they weren't so severe that I couldn't function. They would come and go throughout the day, never getting very bad. However, for the last month or two, I've had basically had one constant headache. The severity fluctuates, but it's pretty much always there. The pain is always either felt in the whole head, or strictly the left side. It's always bad when I wake up in the morning or from a nap. This has also been accompanied by constant fatigue and nausea. After multiple trips to my GP, they referred me to a neurologist. I got an MRI done, and eventually they called and said it looked normal, but they wanted to get another done in 6 months. They didn't really explain further. A couple days ago I went to my GP again because I woke up with an excruciating headache on my left side. Upon one the doctor's reading the MRI results, they told me there was "an anomaly" on the left side of my brain (or the scan, rather?), and some spots with higher frequency. He didn't go into any more detail, but prescribed Imitrex and sent me on my merry way. 10mg later, and it only lessened the pain. So, could anyone offer any more insight into the apparent anomaly or lend some advice? Thanks!