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Post-Traumatic Headache


Post-traumatic headache is a type of headache that occurs after a head injury or trauma, such as a concussion or whiplash. It is characterized by persistent head pain, which may be accompanied by other symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, and sensitivity to light or sound. The severity and duration of post-traumatic headaches can vary widely, and they may persist for weeks or even months after the initial injury.