I’m always looking for other reasons that cause migraines or headaches and came across this:
Chiari malformations (CMs) are structural defects in the cerebellum (the portion of the brain that controls balance).
For the most part, the cerebellum and parts of the brain stem sit in an indented area at the lower position of the skull but above the foramen magnum (funnel-like opening to the spinal canal). But if part of the cerebellum is below the foramen magnum, these are Chiari malformations.
~ Structural defects in the brain and spinal cord during pregnancy, possibly genetic or absence of proper vitamins or diet
~ Excessive draining of spinal fluid from area of the spine
Symptoms (just listing some)
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