What Does a Pseudotumor Cerebri Headache Feel Like? Center

Pseudotumor cerebri headaches usually feel like a headache that occurs at the back of the head or behind the eyes. The pain starts as a dull, aching pain that worsens at night or in the morning. They may be associated with vomiting as well. Patients may also eventually develop visual problems and blindness due to inflammation of the optic nerve. Read more: What Does a Pseudotumor Cerebri Headache Feel Like? Article

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