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Headaches After Pregnancy

After the emotional and physical exhaustion of delivering a baby, the last thing you need is a headache. But a headache in the postpartum period is a common complaint. Learn more about when potential causes and what your doctor will do to make sure nothing more serious is going on.

Understanding Your Headaches

Is Your Neck the Culprit?

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Is something in your neck causing your headache?  Learn more about cervicogenic headache and how this disorder is treated.

The Skinny on Headaches: Quick Facts!
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Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

Learn about a tick-borne illness Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever that causes a severe headache.

How Do I Treat My Pinched Nerve?

Learn how you can treat headaches that are caused by a pinched nerve in your neck.

Marijuana for Migraines

Learn about the origin of marijuana and how it is used to prevent and abort migraines today.

What is a Whiplash Headache?

Learn about a post-whiplash injury headache and how to avoid and treat it.

Do I Have a Sinus Infection or a Migraine?

Learn about whether your "sinus symptoms" are really a migraine.

What is Photophobia?

Learn about what photophobia is and how it relates to migraines.

What is Rhinosinusitis?

Learn about the basics on rhinosinusitis, a common cause of facial pain and a medical condition that can commonly be mistaken for a migraine.

The Vicious Cycle of Migraines and Stress

Learn about the connection between stress and migraine attacks, especially how stress triggers migraines to occur 2 days later.

My Face Hurts!

Learn the basics of a facial pain disorder called trigeminal neuralgia, which causes severe, stabbing-like pain on one side of your face.

Is There a Link Between Fibromyalgia and Headaches?

Learn about the relationship between fibromyalgia and migraines. It is not uncommon for individuals to suffer from both.

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