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Migraines after Cervical Surgery

Laurie AnnLLaurie Ann Posts: 47
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:34 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
I have been getting Migraines when I try to lay on my left side, I think they are related to the surgery, I am getting them all the time. Anyone else have this problem?


  • Given your history of circulatory system issues, I would think a trip to the doc would be a good idea. I have had 2 posterior cervical surgeries and do not suffer migraines as a result. In fact when the surgeon first opened things up, he found a blood vessel that was over enlarged and filling the space at the base of my skull. He reduced the size of this blood vessel and I actually have less severe migraines now.

    Never hurts to be better safe than sorry.

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