Sexual Headache in Young Adolescence: A Case Report

Authors

  • Stefan Evers MD, PhD,

    1. From University of Münster – Department of Neurology, Münster, Germany (S. Evers and A. Frese); Private Practice – Neurology, Bremen, Germany (A. Peikert).
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  • Andreas Peikert MD,

    1. From University of Münster – Department of Neurology, Münster, Germany (S. Evers and A. Frese); Private Practice – Neurology, Bremen, Germany (A. Peikert).
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  • Achim Frese MD

    1. From University of Münster – Department of Neurology, Münster, Germany (S. Evers and A. Frese); Private Practice – Neurology, Bremen, Germany (A. Peikert).
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  • Conflict of Interest: None

S. Evers, University of Münster – Department of Neurology, Albert-Schweitzer-Str. 33, Münster 48129, Germany.

Abstract

We present the case of a boy who first experienced typical primary headache associated with sexual activity, orgasmic type, at age 12. Neurological examination and brain imaging were normal. A family history of migraine existed. The case shows the broad age spectrum of this primary headache disorder.

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