It's been 4 months since my fall, and nothing much has changed. The Adderall that the neuro. put me on to see if it would help with my concentration doesn't seem to be doing anything. I still am off balance, have problems with my eyes, memory, etc. But this week my headaches have been worse than usual. Instead of coming and going each day, it has been a nonstop headache. It starts all over my head, and ends up focusing on the place where I hit my head on the cement floor. It still hurts to touch that spot. We have been having really bad weather here on Long Island, and I was wondering if weather has anything to do with the severity of headaches. I have always been prone to headaches, but nothing like this. I will wake up in the middle of the night, with my head hurting as much as in the day. I am already on pain medicine for lupus, fibromyalgia, and DDD, so I cant take any more pain meds. I guess I'll have to make more use of the ice pack. Has anyone had the weather affect them like this? What did you do to help? Do you think I need to call my doctor, or is this something I will have to get used to. I have had x-ray, CAT scan, and MRI, all showed nothing. Thanks for your help. God Bless. Kathy
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