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I'm wondering if I may get a explanation for unremarkable MRI

Posted by @ttt333, Mar 13, 2016

I’m just wondering if I may get a explanation for unremarkable MRI of the brain according to what I know that means everything is good… they also did sagittal t1-weighted axial t1-weighted proton weighted t2-weighted Flair and diffusion weighted Imaging of the brain coronal T2 gradient Echo image was also performed… This test was done almost 2 years ago… After reading some things online due to my cluster migraine headaches I feel little nervous as some people have been misdiagnosed or undiagnosed… From what I’ve read if caught early the after-effects are better… I feel like something is wrong… The pain I get on the right side of my head is excruciating and I can actually feel a knot when I touch it it permanently feels bruised all the time some days are better than others as far as the feeling of the bruising when I touch my head… I was hit extremely hard on that side of my head on a couple different occasions could this have anything to do with why I have migraines there?? Just looking for some clarity feel like I’m going a little crazy hair my memory has gotten horrible my vision has gotten worse

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Hi @ttt333, welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. I’m sorry to hear about what you’re going through, I can imagine how frustrating it must be to have so many questions without answers. I did find some information about managing migraines at home, I’ve included the link here: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/migraine-headache/basics/lifestyle-home-remedies/con-20026358

When did you have the MRI? Have you told your doctor about what you’re experiencing since then?

An unremarkable MRI means they didn’t find anything of concern. However, If your last MRI was 2 years ago and your symptoms have been progressively changing and getting worst over that time you really should be seen by your physician. Your memory and vision changes concern me. They may choose to do a repeat MRI now and they will be able to compare it to the original one. Wishing you all the best!

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