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Causes and treatment of migraines - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am Dr.
User :   hello
User :   I have a question about my migrane headache
User :   When I touch my right side temple there a sharp pain. It doesnt hurt unless I touch that area
Doctor :   Ok
User :   Its making me nerve since I never felt that before
Doctor :   So are you diagnosed by a Doctor to have migraine?
User :   Does that mean I have a blood clot or that area just might be bruised?
User :   yes
Doctor :   Were you hurt?
User :   on the right side of my head at the temple
Doctor :   What made you think of a blood clot or bruise?
User :   i don't know.. What happen, I'm in this migraine study and i tried this pill last night
User :   I had no problem with it until today about 700p. i feel a little dizzy off and on
Doctor :   What is the pill?
Doctor :   What is 700p , is it a pill?
Doctor :   Can you name its composition?
User :   its calledtelcagepant
Doctor :   Ok
User :   I'm sorry. 7:00pm
Doctor :   Is the Neurologist doing the study?
User :   no.. I different clinical
Doctor :   I have no idea about telcagepant, I am sorry
Doctor :   But migraine can have such symptom
Doctor :   of having pain when touched
Doctor :   That is a progressive migraine
User :   It a new pill coming out for migrainr for prevention of menstrually
User :   Is that pain is to be alarm about
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   I should ask you to consider
User :   What can I do
Doctor :   and go back to your treating doctor
User :   As for tonight
Doctor :   Same pain killer, rest in a cool dark room
Doctor :   Regular pain killer is the best
User :   I took advil migranie
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Did it help?
User :   migraine
Doctor :   Do not get exposed to brightness
User :   a little
Doctor :   like what you are doing infront of the comp
Doctor :   So dark and quiet place is always good for migraine
Doctor :   This should be done just before the start of symptoms
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Are you back?
User :   yes
User :   why does it hurt by touch that area
Doctor :   Sometimes there can be parasthesias related to migraine
User :   What is that
Doctor :   Tenderness of touching the temple area
Doctor :   The jerky or electrical impulse kind of feeling
Doctor :   on touching the area
User :   it wouldn't relate to a blood clot then?
Doctor :   I do not think so,
Doctor :   I am still trying to know if Telcagepant can cause blood clots
Doctor :   in various journals
User :   it can. but it doesn't the brain area
User :   im not doing the study.. i wasn't feeling like this until I took that pill
Doctor :   I think you can ask your Doctor about it, I still feel that you have to rest for tonight rather being anxious
User :   ok
Doctor :   If you wish to ask a Neurologist about it, you can ask him here
User :   yea.. thanks for your help
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User :   ok.
User :   thanks
Doctor :   You can write to our panel of Neurologist and he replies in a day
Doctor :   Till then please relax
User :   okay
Doctor :   You need rest importantly than answers now
User :   Okay.. Thanks again
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   Bye for now
User :   bye
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