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What are the symptoms of spinal headaches?

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The spinal headache often is described as "a headache like no other." Spinal headaches are much more severe when the person is in an upright position; they improve when the person lies down.

From: Spinal Headaches WebMD Medical Reference

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Mayo Clinic.

Thoennissen, J. , Nov. 13, 2001. CMAJ

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on August 27, 2018

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Mayo Clinic.

Thoennissen, J. , Nov. 13, 2001. CMAJ

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on August 27, 2018

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