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Chronic Headaches

I have been having cartarrh with headaches for the past 8 years and have tried all to cure it back it want... Is this chronic cartarrh.. is It harmful.... I can do anything from sleeping to actions.. but i am worried with carrying this for long... I once gad malaria and it started from there.. That is what i believe..
 
  medorg on 2008-05-10
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ur symptoms are not clear,write down in a sequence with detail.

Dr.Tahira
 
Dr Tahira last decade
Thank you Dr Tahira... Well I have catarrh everyday with slight headaches. Nausea and headaches seems to be on one side of head.. I dont like too much of light.... but i dont see flashy lights. I am able to listen to music very loud as ever, but i dont like nusty sounds like shouting and sound from metals been dragged on the hard surfaces... I am abe to do anything that a human being suppose to do, like running, playing soccer... dancing and can even take alcohol and smoke as well, I live normal, but the pain is inside.... I cannot bend bowl my heads down and alys want sleep with a below... Hope to hear from.. with a solution and question.. Thank you
 
medorg last decade

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