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Am hypertensive, have mild pains coming in the right side of head. Reason? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 03-Jun-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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User:hello doc
Doctor:Good morning
User:good morn
Doctor:This is Dr
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:i am male, 37
User:since yesterday night i have mild pains coming in the right side of my head......may be once in 3-4 mins..lasts about 1-2 secs
User:im hypertensive and i checked and its in control
Doctor:What is the recent recording of your blood pressure?
User:116/80 today morn and 114/76 about 3-4 days back
User:i take inditel-am 1 tab everyday
User:telemisartan and amlong combination
Doctor:It seems to be fine
Doctor:Please continue to take your medications
Doctor:It seems like a stress headache
Doctor:Take adequate rest for a day
Doctor:Drink plenty of fluids orally
Doctor:You should be fine soon prone to once in 3 months or so, but this is bit different...mild pains which lasted for 1-2 secs
Doctor:I do not think it is to be evaluated further as your blood pressure is normal
User:anything to watch for
Doctor:Watch for blurring of vision
Doctor:Sudden vomiting
Doctor:Worsening headache
Doctor:Any numbness in the muscles
Doctor:Blackouts for more than 30 secs in 5 hours time
Doctor:If these occur then please see your primary care physician
Doctor:Else, you should be fine soon
User:ok thanks doc
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Is that all?
User:so basically u think it could some sort of headache right?
Doctor:Right, a stress headache
User:thats it doctor
Doctor:Get well soon
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:have a great day ahead
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