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Acephalgic Migraine
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Scintillating Scotoma
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Tension Headache
Thunderclap Headache
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  Thunderclap Headache
A thunderclap headache is a sudden and severe headache, diagnosed via a process of exclusion with accompanying negative CT and lumbar puncture results.

Thunderclap headaches can be indicative of life threatening medical problems. If a Thunderclap headache occurs in yourself or someone else then they must be taken to a hospital immediately. If no transportation is available or the condition is rapidly deteriorating then a call for help must be made.

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