Medical mystery: A headache that wouldn’t go away – The Philadelphia Inquirer

By | May 23, 2020

After she tried pain medication, physical therapy and massage to the area, muscle relaxants, anti-seizure medications, and chiropractic treatments, her doctor performed various diagnostic tests. An MRI of the brain and sinuses, and a full eye exam all came back normal. This was good news, as it ruled out some more serious causes of headaches that can be located in the brain, sinuses, or the eyes, such as brain tumors, sinus polyps, or glaucoma.

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