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Migraine Headache! Help!

By February 28, 2015 - 11:55am
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I have an attack of Migraine headache last night and it had never been that severe before My head was going to blast.
Hours after still I brain seems to be confused and I'm having double vision sometimes which have never been the case before and 2ndly can't look at laptop screen or books etc for more than 5 mint.
In Order to avoid all this I just switch off the lights and seat in dark and then go to bed :( Don't know what to do.....................The bone of my noise at it's tip is curved its not straight does it have to do something with it?
Is there anyway to get rid of Migraine? Or just have to take pills and bear the pain?

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Whom should I contact? A neurologoist? or a medical specialist? :/

March 1, 2015 - 2:26am
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Yes, a neurologist would be best. FaithMarch 1, 2015 - 8:00am


I am so sorry to hear you have such severe migraines.  I'd love to give you some helpful advice.

Although no one knows exactly why migraines occur we know that it is caused by changes in the brain.  In order to get the best treatment, you should find out from your doctor what kind of migraines you are getting because their are many different kinds. 

From there he can determine the treatment.  Treatments include:

  • over the counter pain relief 
  • anti-naseua drugs
  • abortive medicines (stop migraines)
  • biofeedback (recognizing stressful triggers that cause the migraine)
  • magnetic stimulation

I suggest you start by seeing your doctor.


February 28, 2015 - 11:13pm
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