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Kribu

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I just had a neurologist tell me I've been having a "migraine state" that may be from cervical misalignment, and (somehow) the hyperacusis has been "activated". Puting me on Topiramate, plus audiological rehab (?) And PT for neck
...I've had one or two bad pounding headaches in my life but nothing like the pain I had after someone yelled into speakerphone-my headset-my hearing aids. For 6 months I've been getting my head around hyperacusis; now trying to wrap around ...migraine...? Anyone??
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augenman

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I think you are right to be skeptical. Have you googled the medication? 
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princess_ria

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i noticed that my hyperacusis *did* seem to start around the same time I started getting migraines. but while my migraines are getting less frequent thanks to medicine, my hyperacusis has gotten to the point that I'm adding it to my disability papers.

as far as chiropracty goes, I did start that last...June(?) but for hand issues.havent noticed anything related to my hyperacusis from chiropractor.
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Kribu

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I never had migraines. But someone told me migraines can be without headaches?? All my symptoms started after the incident. This guy is the "expert" and if I give doubt workers comp could see that as non compliance (is my fear)... Starting medication but...
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Kribu

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I never had migraines. But someone told me migraines can be without headaches?? All my symptoms started after the incident. This guy is the "expert" and if I give doubt workers comp could see that as non compliance (is my fear)... Starting medication but...
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