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Unread 11-05-2012, 08:55 PM   #1
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I thought I had all this resolved. I don't think I have any kind of sinus problems right now. I don't want another cortisone injection. Could a person have a really big headache from any kind of food withdrawal? I don't drink caffeine at all, well I may have a rare unsweetened tea. I mainly have drastically reduced my carbs. But neither Aleve or Tylenol is helping this headache
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I always had a headache when I dieted.

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I hope you feel better soon, Doydie.

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Well it took some Baclofen and Ambien to get me to sleep and the sleep was very interrupted but I woke up feeling good today. I just wonder if it had anything to do with the fact that with me trying hard to watch my calories and carbs I was a little low on them yesterday.
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I think it might have been the long run-up to the election, Doydie. It certainly gave me a headache!

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The MS Focus Fall 2012 issue had an article about MS and migraines. I looked for it online but couldn't find it. Do you get this publication?
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Kitty I don't get that magazine but I don't think they are migraines.
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Glad the sleep helped. Did you eat anything that day that you usually don't?
Some foods can cause a headache if you are sensitive to them, though usually they cause a migraine.

Hope that was an isolated incident for you.

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