I've been getting migraines since I was a little girl. up until a few years ago, they were the usual unbearable, light/sound sensitive, excruciating, throbbing, on-one-side-of-the-head kind. However, for the past several years, they start at my right temple, go down the right side of my face in front of my right ear and end up in my back molars, feeling like I have a toothache in all four molars. Sometimes, the headache skips the head altogether, and I just have a migraine in my teeth. Sometimes, the side of my face goes numb. I was diagnosed with an Acoustic Neuroma in 2003, a brain tumor on the acoustic (hearing) nerve on the right side. My neurosurgeon says that has nothing to do with my headaches. Has anyone else with an acoustic neuroma experienced these kind of migraines?
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