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 Do you have pressure troubles starting from an epidural / spinal anesthesia (low pressure headache?

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PostSubject: Do you have pressure troubles starting from an epidural / spinal anesthesia (low pressure headache?   Sat Jan 15, 2011 2:25 pm

Do you have pressure troubles starting from an epidural / spinal anesthesia (low pressure headache?

If you do, then we would like to hear from you and connect you to other members who have experienced this, so that they can share their experience of this with you, and talk to you about how it affects you, and what treatment you have received.

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PostSubject: Re: Do you have pressure troubles starting from an epidural / spinal anesthesia (low pressure headache?   Fri Dec 12, 2014 4:41 pm

I think my IIH started from steroid injections.  But you asked about low pressure headaches and that would be high pressure headaches.  I truly believe mine is secondary to this.  It saddens me to think this is the cause, but I didn't have any problems until I started having injections.  My neurologist said this is possible too.  If this or anything else about my treatment or story would be helpful I would be happy to share it all.  Thank you, Brandi
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