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    An_257460 posted:
    Hi, nice to meet you. My name is Yamone and i am 23 yrs old. i am the office stuff at uniteam marine. my Job need to read many mails every working day. i use the opticals for my eyes protecting. Now i would like to dicuss about my headache with you and i need to know how to treatment for headache. i feel heavy headache between my head and neck and sometimes two sides of my head. at that time i feel really really back and i can't stand on it. when i feeling that, i would to lay down in my back and i don't want to hold my head. i feel that headache for a year ago. i never take the treatment with professor or doctor. i only use the balm. what type of my headache is and why did it happen. i also know how do i need to treatment for it. thank you so much for your discussing!

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