Patient claims she is now free of head pain after having surgery to remove a facial muscle
By CLAIRE BATES
Last updated at 5:21 PM on 28th December 2011
A woman has undergone radical cosmetic surgery - to end three decades of migraine misery.
Pamela Mason, 47, started getting thumping head pains when she was just 14. She was diagnosed as a regular migraine-sufferer and would be left bed-bound for days a time.
Now she says she is head-pain free after having an operation to remove the facial muscle called the corrugator, which allows us to frown.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2079441/Cosmetic-surgery-Woman-banishes-migraines-having-frown-muscle-removed.html#ixzz1hwnNRElW
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