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    too many severe Headaches
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    77grace posted:
    Hi,I'm new here but not to the other site!
    Anyway ,I'm in a bad spot!!I get really bad headaches and hav for over 30 yrs.Thnkfully they are not as bad as before where I had them for 4 days ,threw up etc,
    But ,they always start in my neck where I have tumors growing on the nerves on my spine!!!I use imitrex along with zanaflex and then have other pain meds for neck and back!But I'm in a cycle now because I'm having rebound headaches and I don't know how to get through them without something!!!
    In the old days befor Imitrex and I was Sober I just tuffed it out but now it seems impossible!
    Any idea's would be helpfull!
    Thanks77grace
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