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    Migraines from Electronics
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    sixpapavictor posted:
    sometimes lately in the past couple of nights after work of working a gas station. I come home and get my shower and lay down for the night and I have a severe migraine headache only on the left side of my head.. this has only happened twice that I can think of... this is in the last two current nights of this message and earlier I had the same issue but I had the day off but earlier tanight, I experienced that i was hot tempurture wise and i felt like my head was blowing up like a baloon. as soon as i layed down in bed with the fans cranked up, the headache went away.

    any intell or knowledge on this is much appriciated...
    paul
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