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18 Feb 2004

Headachce
I have been suffering from headaches since I was 12. I have done all the normal tests -neurosurgeons, ENT specialist, eye specilaist etc with no positive result. I grind my teeth at night. Is this significant? Some people have suggested I get a bite plate. What do you think? Who would I go to to get this done? I live in Durban.

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Mogi
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headache

01 Jan 0001

Bruxism (tooth grinding) can be a cause of chronic headaches. Two solutions are either a bite plate or Botox onjections. I suggest you see a Maxillofacial surgeon.
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