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    I think I may have cluster headaches.
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    athenspanic posted:
    I am a 38 year old male. I started having daily headaches when I was 27. It lasted about a year and went away. I started having them again about a year ago and the are a daily occurrence now. The pain is behind my eyes, both sides of my head, and usually starts where the jaw connects just above my ears, and spreads to behind my eyes and the back of my head. It usually starts at the same time every morning about an hour after I have been awake. The pain can be moderate to severe. Do these symptoms sound like cluster headaches?
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