I don’t think this is migraine, but I’m not a doctor.
March 17th, I got a headache. Centralized at my forehead, and back to the crown of my head. It has not gone away for 6 months. The pain level varies from manageable to debilitating, and often fluctuates during the day. Sometimes my headaches feel cold, and are accompanied by nausea, dizziness and fatigue. Bright lights and loud sounds definitely increase the pain. Three appointments with a neurologist, and he says it’s chronic migraine. None of the prevention or rescue medication makes the headache go away. I’ve had a CT and MRI and lots of blood work done. Everything is normal. From what I’ve read, my headache doesn’t sound like migraines. I’m under the impression the migraines are usually on one side and always debilitating. I’m not a doctor so how do I question a neurologist?! Any advice is appreciated.