Our expert says:
Nikki, a neurologist is the best specialist to see – just see one that has a special interest in headaches. You have to remember that migraine is only treatable, not curable. Migraine may differ in presentation from person to person and so do the successful treatment options. The thing with migraine is that the attacks are usually self limiting and it sounds like your headaches are continuous. This makes one think that it isn’t just a migraine and that one should look for an ENT problem or a systemic disorder.
That said, I don’t have all the information so the best would be to stick with your specialist and if he can’t help to get a second opinion from a neurologist that specialises in headaches. Good luck.
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