Headache caused by adminstration of cocaine by any route.
A. Any headache fulfilling criterion C
B. Cocaine has been administered by any route
C. Evidence of causation demonstrated by all of the following:
1. headache has developed within 1 hr of cocaine administration
2. headache has resolved within 72 hr after cocaine administration
3. headache has at least one of the following four characteristics:
b) mild to moderate intensity
c) pulsating quality
d) aggravated by physical activity
D. Not better accounted for by another ICHD-3 diagnosis.
The principal routes of cocaine administration are oral (“chewing”), intranasal (“snorting”), intravenous (“mainlining”) and inhalation (smoking).