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A postpartum headache is commonly seen in clinical practice, especially after a subarachnoid block. Generally, it is treated as a postdural puncture headache. We report on a case of a 24-year-old primigravida who underwent emergency Caesarean delivery under spinal anaesthesia. She developed a headache on the third postoperative day, which responded to conservative management. On the sixth day, she developed a severe headache which did not respond to analgesics and bed rest. Magnetic resonancedoi:10.1080/22201173.2013.10872920 fatcat:iy235c3zbra3flbod3x5r3owga