New to the forum and first time poster. I've sufferered from headaches since middle school (currently 30 years old). I remember being in 6th grade and getting my first migraine with aura.
Every year I will get a few migraines with aura. My main concern though is the constant daily headaches I've had for over a decade.
Went to a neurologist in my early 20's and had a MRI done. Doctor said nothing was noteworthy, and that I was just a "headachy person" and they might get better with age. No luck.
Recently, I was actually able to get a hold of the results from my MRI, and had some concern. The results mentioned that there was "evidence of dark signal compatible with abnormal intracranial hemosiderin deposition".
The only information I've been able to find on this has said that hemosiderin deposition is a result of previous brain bleeding. Could this be something that might be related to my constant headaches? After the neurologist I just figured there was no medical explanation for my headaches.
This has me worried and I'm wondering if I should try to see another specialist.