I am new to this forum, as a friend recommended it to me, I have what the doctors are now calling a chronic headache since October 2013, but I think that is just a name to say that they don't know what to do with me. I have taken a number of different types of tablets prescribed by the doctors, as well as migraine relief, however nothing has been successful. I experience this headache from the time I wake up to the time I fall asleep, and the current medication (propanalol) is only suppressing the pain rather than it helping it go away. People have suggested that it could be my eyes - but they have been looked at recently, and my teeth as I have braces, but neither of them I think are the problem - I have had my braces on since 2010, and not had a problem with headaches until now. When the doctors thought it was a migraine, I gave up the cheese, chocolate, alcohol, but nothing really seemed to be different. I have also seen a neurologist who has said my vitals are good, and have had both a CT and MRI which came back clean. I guess I am telling you this because I am unsure of what to do next? I am willing to do just about whatever it takes to get rid of this, as I have my finals soon. Does anyone know what the next thing that I should try is?
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