Headaches are

Thoughts

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Normally I refrain from self-absorbed blog entries, but today marks the three week anniversary of having these recurring headaches. They feel like I'm wearing a tight band around my head, and just as they seem to go away, another one starts in their place. It's like there's a sine wave in my head.

While they haven't impacted my work and studies as much as the migraines I tend to get, suffice to say they're starting to wear me down. I have a followup visit to the doctor on Monday to see what's going on; given family history the hypochondriac in me assumes something awful, though I'm sure there's a reasonable explanation.

Thank you for letting me vent :).

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