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Persistent headache, back pain. Possible cause and remedy? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jun-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Headache and Migraines
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User:hi doctor. u there
Doctor:Good morning
User:need an opinion
Doctor:Please proceed
User:and back pain
Doctor:Sorry to hear about that
User:please suggest
Doctor:I need a bit more details from you to suggest better
Doctor:Please mention your age
User:37 yrs
User:what is aura?
Doctor:Do you feel dizzy and vomiting as well
Doctor:often associated with nausea and vomiting
Doctor:How long do you have this headache for?
Doctor:Please describe briefly about the headache
User:throbbing headache
User:on the right side of the brain
Doctor:Is there a trigger for it?
Doctor:Like stress, excess work
Doctor:tension causes it?
User:excess work
User:yes.tension causes it
Doctor:It is more likely to be tension headache
Doctor:You can take simple analgesics like Paracetamol
User:how to get relief from it?
User:paracetal is not working... i regularly take it
User:also nimusulide
Doctor:Yes, you can take a good NSAID that is effective in you
Doctor:You must try to avoid the trigger like tension
Doctor:You will benefit from yoga and meditation
User:what is to NSAID
Doctor:You must learn relaxation techniques
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