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    Red face headaches

    I'dlike to know if you still suffer from headaches nearly two years after your treatment?

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    Sure - sometimes Leonie

    And..............apparently there are a gazillion reasons for them

    But - if you get them TOO much you ought to see your Dr. especially once your have suffered an Ane - cured or not.

    I hope you aren't getting them alot!
    Tropical Trish
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    Oh yes, mine are because of sensitivity to pressure changes in the weather, also flying gives me headaches for about three days. Talk to your doctor if you notice a pattern , he or she may be able to help you track the triggers,. Good luck honey, and like Trish said if they are often , see your doctor :)
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    Thank you, ladies, I get them occasionally they last one or two days, sometimes three, they are all around my head and my head feels so heavy then.

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    Hi Leonie. I was coiled and have a shunt. I get them too. I seem to think the weather affects me too. I tracked them with a headache diary at first but don't any longer. I actually get them less now after my rupture than before, I used to get a lot of headaches before my rupture.
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    Well these headaches are just one major pain arn't they - no matter the reason!

    I am working hard on improving my health to get rid of them.

    Never had many headaches in my life but ~ after the glow in the dark junglejuice they gave me for a CT Scan ~ I have been getting what I call eye migraines!

    http://www.themigrainesolution.com/opticalMigraines.html

    This is all after being coiled with stent ...

    Makes one wonder that's for sure - why we get them but everyone is different. I see my brain dude later this month so will see if he can tell me more about the subject in general.

    ...and when/if we should worry
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    Shelscha I am going to have a headache diary, as you had, it seems a good idea. Do you all feel sleepy when you have headaches? I feel terribly sleepy, and then I have a foul temper.Sometimes I take some medecines for two days and the headache goes away . It' s so helpful to talk to people who had aneurysm
    Well I still have mine which is wrapped. I wonder, if you have stent that means they opened your skull, didn't they?

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    Leonie. Mine was coiled then a year later they used liquid onyx in the artery. The shunt is in my head to control the pressure and they did cut my head to put that in. I am tired often, I don't think from headaches. I think my fatique has a lot to do with my dizziness and balance issues.
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    Shelscha, I am sorry you feel dizzy and have balance issues. Just after the operation I had balance issues, they wouldn't leave me walk alone for a few days, and I had to exercise to learn to walk safely and to go upstairs and downstairs. I felt tired then and I feel tired sometimes and I think the medecines I have to take may tire me. But I don't mean I always feel tired , I also feel fine and then it is great. But [I]admit I am a worrier

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    Hi leonie and everyone it has been a long time but I am back.

    Leonie I still get headaches and dizzyness now 9years later. Think it is because I am always tired and have young children. You can see them in my photo the youngest is now four.

    I had an mri/mra scan in October get my results in January because of my headaches and dizzyness drink plenty of water and rest when you need too. Hope you feel better soon. Jess.***

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