Thunderclap headache

What is Thunderclap headache?

A thunderclap headache is one that comes on suddenly and can be a sign of a serious problem within the brain such as a subarachnoid haemorrhage.

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Had my first thunderclap headache 2 days ago, went to doctor and had ct scan without contrast. Result was normal. Doctor advised me to take some...

I experience thunderclap headache in November which resulted in 3 admissions to hospital and MRIA to discover tha I was experience multiple sapsma...

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Can u write the chemical present in th medicine. The MRI showing spasm around th skull is slightlyunusual. Can u quote th report as it is

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I had a thunderclap headache Saturday night, and I don't know whether to be worried or not. I just moved and do not have a family physician....

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Brief Answer:
There is no need to get alrmed

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thank you for posting your query.

If your headache has subsided, there is no need...

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