I've had those shooting pains in my head many times..Also had them in my neck, my elbows, and under my arm.
It is a neurological type of pain, so I am not surprised the Percocet did not help. Do you have have anything prescribed for neurological pain or neuropathies? That would be more likely to provide some relief.
AS with most other things, this too will go away with treatment. Until it does, detox as much as possible; that should help to hasten the disappearance of this very unpleasant sensation.
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Twister, list ALL meds your are on.
From your posts you have been thru the gamet of ALOT of meds with side effects.
Tou you currently on benzos and percoset. What else
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Losferwrds, even more important is what this person is NOT on....i.e., antibiotics, anti-malarials, etc. I believe it's always been rife, salt/C, IVIG now. Of course, drug therapy is no cure-all as we know, but....
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I have also had the shooting pains in my head. That comes and goes. Feels like someone is stabbing inside your head. A sharp shooting pain. That has gotten a lot better for me.
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